Gore® performance fluoropolymer and Highest Grade Dyneema fibers in one product
Allows for improved presentations
The line that sinks like fluorocarbon, with the strength of braid—because it actually is both! Gore® performance fluoropolymer and Highest Grade Dyneema fibers give you the strength of braid and high density of fluorocarbon in one product, allowing for improved presentations and more fish! 300 yards.
Rated 1 out of 5 by FishinMatt Frays Badly
I've use Spiderwire superbraid for years. I thought I'd give this a try, and it's been a disappointment. While it casts well, it's subject to fraying, far more than I've ever seen with other Spiderwire lines. Just a few days ago, I was reeling in the line, and noticed what looked like a shiny section on the line, about an inch long. A closer look showed the line was badly frayed, and it wouldn't have taken much to cause the line to break. I even took a picture, which I'll try to include.
Also, I use a palomar knot to attach tackle, and the tag frays. The tag is important to keep the knot from unraveling, and this concerns me somewhat. I'll keep buying Spiderwire, but this is my last spool of the Flouro Braid type.
September 19, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by AKfisher awesome line
great line, castable, small diameter, great knot hold and break strength, but shipping took so long i will buy this product elsewhere from now on.
June 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by tc16 Great Line
I use this line all the time and it has exceeded my expectations.
April 22, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bassilac What it says it is
I thought the line worked great! I had no issues with line fraying. I used the 30lb line with 10lb diameter instead of 10lb with 4lb diameter. I feel I will save money in the long run from not having to replace my floro so often. The line does have great feel and no stretch. First trip out I connected with more fish on a soft jerkbait and came in 2nd place in a club tournament. I was throwing the bait weightless and it did sink if your bait is on bottom extra slack line on the waters surface does float a little. I enjoy the product and would recommend it.
September 8, 2011
Neither is specified in the product docs, and I'm sure the company would say it's good for either. Personally, I find superbraids are superior for spinning reel use, because their limpness and lack of winding memory lets them fly off the spool far better than mono. You don't have the stretch that you'll get with mono, so you'll need to set the drag a little lighter to compensate.
The new flouro braid is one constant moss green color that blends well with different weeds and cover. the camo is designed to blend well with multiple kinds of cover as well but it's hard to say which is better. I suppose it depends on the cover you're fishing in or next to. I've used both and I think they both do a great job of blending in. the real advantage of the flouro braid is it casts farther, doesn't cut into the spool and it sinks rather then float like regular braid.