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Sufix® 832 Advanced Superline® Braid Fishing Line - 150 Yards

   

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20

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660-020L
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30

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6

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10

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40

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65

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660-065G
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150 Yards

80

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0.45 mm

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660-080G
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  • Seven Dyneema® and one Gore® carriers
  • 32 weaves per inch
  • 30% higher palomar knot strength than other braids   
The most abrasion-resistant, quietest, longest casting, roundest braid on the market. Seven Dyneema and one Gore carriers and 32 weaves per inch together give a 30% higher palomar knot strength than other braids.
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 53 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by great stuff The best line for your baitcaster! Tried them all and this is the best you can get. April 29, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by the worst line ever used This line turns white after a few times in the water. Would not recommend this line. April 29, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by good line this is a good line. it is coated so it doesn't tangle as much as normal braid. it does take a little breaking in before it casts as far as regular braid April 28, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great line Great line, stands up to the toughest conditions, good value. March 9, 2014
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I personally use 30lb braid
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when suing a frog i usaully use 50-60 lb braid but you could use 30-40 and still get good strenth. and also use a loop knot for good action
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50 -60 lb test is the best for frogs
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I use 15-20 if it isn't thick vegetation. If your in heavy cover I use 30 lb Suffix braid.

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Around #6 mono
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The line diameter for the 20lb test is 0.009 inches or 0.23 milimeters.
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My reel holds 140 yds of 10 lb mono. Will my reel function properly with a 150 yd spool of 10 lb with its 4 lb equivalent diameter ?
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Yes but I suggest to use 8-10# Mono as backing, filling the spool 30-50% with Mono. The 10# 832 does not take up much spool space.
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Yes it will require more line.

Putting 150 yards of main line is over kill. Back it with cheap mono and put around 75 yards of braid.
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Do not buy this line. This line becomes almost white after a couple of casts. Otherwise, very good line.
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No question. It's better.
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no! Fireline blows 832 away.
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ITS BETTER HANDS DOWN
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Better
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This line definitely casts better than fireline. Fireline has a smaller diameter to pound test ratio. If you cast a lot, I suggest duracast. Plus it dosent kink or knot up causing a forward lash. That will happen eventually with fireline. And when that happens you have to strip off a lot of line to fix it.
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Its really good! But remember this line sinks
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no because braid has no strech and would break .it would be best to use monofiliment
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Should be excellent in 20 lb. test. I hardly ever use braid without a somewhat heavier pound test florocarbon leader.
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Start with 30bls with 15-17lbs fluorocarbon leader
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Would you use a leader?

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If you were using this line on a spinning reel for shakey heads or small jig fishing would you tie directly to the line our would you use a flourocarbon leader. The water I fish is mainly stained but ranges from basically clear all the way to a mud hole. Thanks.
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I fish shakey heads all the time on lake Lanier and I ALWAYS use a fluorocarbon leader. I use a double uni knot or a swivel, whatever works best for you. In my opinion you get much more bites with a leader.
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I am not a huge believer in fluro leaders. I think especially in stained water they are not necessary. The real advantage to running a leader though is if you snag up, it will always break at your leader. Saving you a lot of money. It's more expensive to replace your superline. If I am crank baiting with little chance of snagging I always tie direct. That way I never have to worry about a "nick" in my line which creates a weak point.
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I only use spinning gear and tie directly to the hook or jig. I use 6lb and 10lb line and at this diameter the line is hard to see in water. I have caught crappie, sunfish and bass with a direct tie.
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Everyone kept telling I need a leader for braided line. Boy were they wrong! I tie directly to everything and not one problem yet.
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I too fish a large range clarity . I usually fish with a leader unless its muddy but you really can fish without the leader in heavy stained water too especially if it has a green tint to it . When water is gin clear I switch spools opting for P-Line Floroclear mainline . I prefer the all clear line over the braid leader method when fishing the really clear waters because I will go to 4-6 pound test and really dont care for the loss of strenght that occurs when you join them with a uni to uni knot . So I just use the clear. You will of course experiment but ultimately if you decide on full a time braid, braid/leader system I wouldn't suggest you use less than 8# test leader line . Also it might be good to say that I use 100% Berkley Fluorocarbon line as leader line over the P-Line Floroclear for tying on leaders . The pure fluorocarbon lines all are a little more abrasion resistant than copolyomer lines are . But for mainline the pure fluorocarbon lines abrassion resistance isn't enough of a attribute to give it the nod over a good copolymer line like the P-Line Floroclear. The P-Line is very abrasion resistant in it's own right and will out perform any pure fluorocarbon line out there where casting and handability are considered . One last bit of advise is that when tying fluorocarbon or copolymer lines they are both suseptible to line burn when tightening down the knots . You will need to moisten all your knots with saliva before tightening them . If your line looks burned any at all (stretched or curly) then cut the knot and start all over . If you don't you will be sorry . You will have to experiment with what ever knot you use by tightening a little to this line and then a little to the other until you getter done . I use a Palomar knot and start with the tag end first every time . Oh yea I just want to say this braid line is the best of the best don't look anywhere else . Hope that gives you enough info to start the great ever on going perfect line system search that we all go through for rest of our fishing lives . Good Luck!!
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I use one for 3+ feet of visibility. If clarity is less than that tie it right to the hook.
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I'm using the 6lbs. and it like using 2lbs. mono. Its thin.
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The 6# is = to 2# mono and there is no 8# . But the 10# is = to 4# mono, the 20# is= to 6# mono, the 30# is = to 8# mono, the 40# is = to 10# mono, the 50# is = to 12# mono, the 65 is = to 17# mono, and the 80# is = to 20# mono. It is a little larger dia. than in some of the other lines out there in some of the pounds offered . But let me just say that I wouldn't let that bother you too much because there is no other braid out there that can hold a candlle to the performance of this braid in any way .
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Does this line have no stretch like other braided lines, or does it have minimal to a lot of stretch?
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no streach at all
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I feel no stretch in this line at all.
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No stretch that is noticable
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no stretch the same as other braids but is easier to handle.
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from what i can tell, there is little to no stretch with this ine.
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It has very little if any stretch...that's one of the major advantages of braid.
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I fish off the shore very decent baitcasters what is the best over all line weight?
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10lb Diameter 20lb test is a good all around choice.
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For most fishing applications, I use 40# on baitcast reels and 20# on spinning reels. For particular situations, I may go heavier on baitcasters and lighter on spinning gear but 40# and 20# is what works for me 90% of the time.
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I don't know about saltwater, but for freshwater it is better braid than all the rest.
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I use 20lb it's quite effective for all saltwater species.
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i personally think it really matter on what kind of baits your throwing and what structure your fishing all depends on that. Generally for all of my cranking i use 20-50lb braid depending on what i have around me as far as structure goes but i think a good all around lb test is 40
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I have 20# on my baitcasters and it seems to work fine.
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No correct answer until you consider water clarity, amount of structure, type baits to be used, and size fish you wish to catch.
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If it sinks....

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...so it's not apropriate for frogging or top water lures like pop-r?
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braid is a floating line
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I would use the original orange braid for topwater, it is unbeatable! I have had the same line on my rod for two seasons and experience no issues with lots of frogging hours logged!
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No I like it for jigs and worming
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Sure it is. If water is clear and you want to use heavy braid, use a florocarbon leader about 36 inches long.
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