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Rebate Spiderwire® Ultracast® Invisi-Braid™ Fishing Line

   

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125 Yards

10

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0.18 mm

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20

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0.24 mm

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125 Yards

30

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0.3 mm

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10

Diameter:
0.18 mm

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15

Diameter:
0.21 mm

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20

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0.24 mm

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30

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0.3 mm

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50

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0.38 mm

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80

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0.42 mm
  • Extremely strong and durable
  • Dyneema® GSP fiber construction
  • Patented translucency technology
  • Less visible compared to other braid lines
  • Amazingly smooth and sensitive

With Spiderwire Ultracast Invisi-Braid, anglers enjoy the strength of braided line with the near translucent advantage of monofilament. Thanks to its unique construction that incorporates Dyneema® GSP fibers with patented translucency technology, Ultracast Invisi-Braid is strong, durable and less visible when compared to other braided line. Extremely high strength per diameter and amazingly smooth and sensitive. Color: Translucent.

Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 76 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by I use it on everything I have 15 reels, all spooled up with 15# Invisi-Braid. I tried it when it first came out and gradually replaced my other lines with it. The only time I've suffered breaks is after I was hung up and too lazy to re-tie. I originally had problems with my knots holding because this stuff is slick. Rather than learning to tie better knots, I just brush my knot with super glue that has a brush in the bottle. After that, any knot works. It will outcast anything I have ever used. If you fish with baits that might roll on the retrieve, the line winds up like a rubber band and you will eventually get a wind knot when all that tension finally unwinds. Use a swivel with those baits and the line won't charge up. I fish mostly with Shimano Stradic reels, but it also works great on my bait casters. The only time I have to respool is after I've had to cut loose from a hangup so many times that I don't have enough line left on the reel. This stuff lasts forever and is probably cheaper than mono in the long run. I cannot imagine switching to another line. I don't fish any clear water lakes so I can't attest to how invisible it is. In most Texas lakes you are lucky if the bass can see your bait, much less the line. December 31, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love this product I love the way this line casts and the action you can get on your bait with it. Sensitive, strong, and casts a mile. August 28, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by good line this line is really good for braid users wanting the qualities of braid and fluorocarbon. it is however not as strong as true braid so you may want to beef up a little on the lb test. April 14, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Worst Purchase EVER Never, and i mean NEVER EVER even TRY this line. It's super bad and breaks easily. I probably had a 2lb LM bass and i went to set the hook and the link just snapped on me! i lost 2 hooks and 4 weights in 2 hrs. December 16, 2012
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Whenever you get into small diameter lines, dig in can become a problem. To avoid it, always use your rod to fight a fish (never pull directly in line with the reel); never try to pull out a snagged lure by pulling the line directly with the reel either; wrap the line around a stick or your arm (with a shirt on) to exert the pressure.
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I've used it for years with no problems.
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I try to use a florocarbon or mono leader with all braid. It's less visible but not invisible. I used it for one year then switched to their Camo-Braid. I mostly use Camo-braid with a leader. It works in most water conditions.
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depends on how clear the water is. Its not as clear as floucarbon. I fish with a leader made of flourcorbon. But if Iam fishing for bass in green water a leader not needed
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i am going to be doing more river fishing than i used to do in the past. is this line a good option or would i need to use power pro because i am not going back to mono unless if i am fishing for smaller cats or channels . i also am a begginer for using braid on baitcasting reels and i had no clue what i was doing but any tips or teqniques that will help me out from not getting backlashes or birdnests.
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I fish both spining and baitcaster I love how tough it is. I also fish power pro and invis- braid side by side. Ivis-braid caught more fish with same bait then power pro. I just like invis-braid.
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I had a lot of problems with wind knots when I started using braid. I solved it by using a swivel. My theory is that when a bait spins, it wind up the line like a rubber band. Eventually the tension releases and you are spending time untangling line. The swivel prevents the spinning from torquing the line.
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80 Pound Spiderwire has the diameter of about 15 Pound Mono. It is perfect for big catfish and you will like how it doesn't stretch. You have enough to worry about with current in the river, deep water, and the log jams that hold the big cats. With the 80 Pound Spiderwire, you won't have to worry about the line. Braid is great for hook sets especially in deep water. When you are setting the hook with braid, it won't stretch so keep that in mind with setting drag and the power you use on the hook set. As far as casting with braid, it is a little different because braided line lays flat in the reel. I set the spool tension and wind brakes on my baitcast reels so that the spool does not spin too fast. The spool tension knob next to the handle should be tight enough that your bait drops very slowly. Side arm casts when you have room on the river are better for avoiding backlashes than casting over your head. The main cause of a backlash is when something changes the speed that the spool of the reel is spinning. Sudden changes cause problems so just be smooth with your casting and get used to how Spiderwire casts in your reel before trying to throw a long cast way out in the river.
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ive been considering a braid.....need more line capacity on my baitcaster in a saltwater situation due to strong tides and big fish situations. I can beat the fish down but have a hard time pulling 50# of beaten weight against this tide. I dont want to size up my mono...i also dont want to deal with the line cutting in and the impossible but probable backlash. Stick with my 20# mono?? Size up my reel?? Or try braid? Open to suggestions!!
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Get braid twice as strong and doesn't dig into baitcasters
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DO NOT BUY THE INVISI BRAID from spiderwire it is junk.breaks off and gets hungup on itself
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The super braids are a good choice. They are smaller in diameter than the equivalent mono and are generally stronger than the package says. Also, they have much less stretch. However, they are very slippery, so be very careful with the knots and ONLY use the knots recommended for this line. And expect to hear a squeaky noise from the line rubbing on the guides if you retrieve under tension.
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I've had no problems with backlash, #20 in invisi-braid is about like 6 lb test mono in diameter. In fresh water striper fishing I have found it to be very strong and to cast perfectly. This braid will about double your reel's line capacity. When I "hang" on a tree, I usually break the snap swivel rather than the line. excellent knot strength.
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I do like the Fireline Camo braid. It does not have the problems that I've encountered with the Invisi-line.
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I would go to braid. After I tried it, I put it on all my reels. The smaller diameter and higher strength has worked well for me. I would try 65# or 80# Spiderwire and use Palomar knots when you tie braided line. They have never pulled out or broken at the knot. Also use a looser drag because braid won't stretch. The stiffer the rod, the stronger the line you want. A stiff rod would break light line. If you try the 80# that has a diameter similar to 15# mono. That would give some extra yards with more strength and do it without sizing up the reel or mono.
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An Invisible Braided line Sounds almost too good to be true. Is this the next "big thing" or just another line? What would you rate it on a 1-10 scale, 10 being the highest?
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I would rate it a minus one since it is not translucent as they advertise. It looks like you are pulling a large white cotton rope thru the water.
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Johnr140, just try it. I kept my other Largemouth rods spooled with mono, and used one with Spiderwire 30lb. test, that way if I didn't like I could continue fishing. I now use Spider Wire on all of my Largemouth rod/reels.
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I'd give it a 7-8. Like anything else, it has it's pros and cons. I won't use it on the ultralight outfit i use for small-stream trout fishing, but I've been gradually converting all of my other spinning outfits to this. Much less problem with tangles as it's limper than mono, and much easier to set the hook when a long line is out because of the very low stretch. It has an annoying squeak as it goes through the guides under tension, but I don't know if that bothers the fish or not. I still use a 6' mono leader; I've heard some don't. The only real problem is the knots. This line is very slippery, make sure you only use knots designed for it, and tie them VERY carefully.
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( 6 ) its still just as stroug but no where near invisible!!
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Just another line. The invisibility is just an advertising gimmick. It's opaque. I do not like it. It quickly becomes too limp to use effectively on a baitcaster. I do like the Fireline Camo braid with a florocarbon leader. I use that line on numerous spinning and baitcasting reels. It retains enough body to not become limp and cause backlashes. It is also smooth and you don't have the braid "zinging" sound when you cast or retreive. I use 20, 30, and 50#. Go DAWGs!
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hey John. I fish Spiderwire Ultracast Invisi braid all the time. Its not invisible its just a white braided line. But I do tell a differene compared to my green braided line while fishing clear water. But as long as you use a long fluro leader it does not matter. I would give it a 10. I love this line. No problems what so ever. Been using it since it came out
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the line is white, when it is in a clear water lake it will be a little more effective but in a muddier water i found that the braid will slowly grow darker to an extent. Its not as clear as a monofilament, but there really isnt enough of a difference for the fish to notice in my opinion
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I rate this as a 1. It is to good to be true. I bought it and have already threw it in the trash, and then went and got Power Pro
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Well, this is a complex answer. As you can see by looking at it it is really more of a white color than translucent. From what I have found personally from using the spiderwire Invisibraid (20lb) and Fireline Crystal (20lb) it is similar to the red lines that it dissapearsin 3 feet of water (depending on water clarity) In extremely clear water it is visible. So basically, it is not completely invisible. I have not found it to affect the number of strikes as compared to my other reels spooled with red, moss green, or black line. However I have decided to make it common practice to utilize Fluorocarbon leaders on almost all of my spinning and casting applications where braid is my main line spooled. Fluorocarbon leader material adds a lot of nice features. One it truly is invisible underwater as long as it is a good quality. I use p line, berkley vanish in heavier leaders 40lb and up for musky leaders and Seagar is an excellent line not talked about to much. The have mastered the fluorocarbon formula. Match the fluorocarbon line to the line test of your main braid on your spool and use a 2 way barrel swivel of equal or greater strength of your main line and as small as possible to connect the two. Make the leader about 6-18 inches long depending on the application. The other benefit of this is that Fluoro does have some stretch to it. Some people say that it actually has more stretch than mono. i am not sure about that but the extra little bit of stretch I have noticed helps me get better hooksets and more strikes overall. I used to have a problem with pulling baits out of fishes mouth due to the no stretch and high sensitivity of the braids and steel leaders. Now I rarely miss. A lot of people have pushed for fluoro as a main line on baitcasters but I have found that it is quite difficult to cast as very few companies have mastered the formula to reduce memory. The thicker diameter/lb test ratio is also not comparable to what you can get with braid. I typically use 20-30 lb braid on my low profile baitcasters for Walleyes, Bass and Northerns. This gives you a 6-8 lb diameter line that casts like a dream off of a low profile baitcaster and adding the fluoro leader makes for the most perfect presentation possible. However I have tried the Invisabraid and Fireline Crystal without fluoro leaders and also had success. I don't think there is a drastic reduction in strikes in dingy or dirty/murky water. Clear water where fish rely more on site it does make a difference and you need to use the fluoro leader for ultimate success. I use heavier 50lb-65 lb test on my musky reels. Hope this helps.
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I would rate it a 2 or 3 and here's why. The whole reason I purchased the Spiderwire Invisi Braid was for the "Invisi" characteristic. In the types of freshwater I fish in South Florida this line practically glowed. I still think the manufacturers have a way to go to make a truly invisible braided line.
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I'm assuming you're talking about braided line. Around 8 lb test mono. The catalog and spool usually will state what size mono a braided line is equivalent to. Divide the braid weight by 3, that will give you an approximate mono size diameter. Different mono brands/types vary in diameter for the same test strength, BTW.
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I have read that the Spider Wire 30lb. braid is the equivilant of 8lb. mono
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This line is 0.12" or else 0.30mm - whichever measurement you prefer to go by. As said before equal to 8lb mono.
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Don't have the diameter at this time. However, the 30 lb. line's diameter is comparable to 8 lb. mono.
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