Sufix 832 Advanced Superline Braid Fishing Line - 300 Yards

   

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Sufix® 832 Advanced Superline® Braid Fishing Line is the most abrasion-resistant, quietest, longest casting, roundest braid on the market. Seven Dyneema® and one Gore® carrier together with 32 weaves per inch give a 30% higher palomar knot strength than other braids.

  • Seven Dyneema and one Gore carrier
  • 32 weaves per inch
  • 30% higher palomar knot strength than other braids
Sufix 832 Advanced Superline Braid Fishing Line - 300 Yards 4.5 5 34 34
casts amazing The best braid ive ever used nothing even comes close. Set the hook and nothing is getting away. Polomar knot is a great knot for this braid. Actually hooked a 35 pound grass carp in the tail by accident this line didnt miss a beat November 9, 2014
Worth the investment I like the Suffix 832 because it is a smooth casting and strong line that does not fray easily when dragging through heavily vegetated areas. It also holds up well under pressure. I usually fish from shore and have to pull up my catch anywhere from 5 to 15 feet out of the water to land, this line does the trick, I have had other lines of equal strength break. I use the 30, 40 and 50lb test. I find that I cast the same distance with this line as I do with others and noise factor is the same when reeling in the line as with other braid lines. I would recommend this line to anyone who likes braid. July 14, 2014
No Good I bought this line cause it was highly recommended. I would rate it a 3 on performance but the speed of the color fade knocks it down. Plus it continually likes to hook around my eyes, this was a new occurrence for me. Maybe its because the line is so much more plyable than most braids...idk. But I am always concerned with it ripping one off. Will be taking it off this weekend. June 12, 2014
Very brittle I have been a Suffix fan for most of my fishing career. when they introduced 832 I tried it and put it on 3 of my bass rigs (two with 20lb and one with 30). This line casts fantastic and is very slick and seems to have good knot strength in both trilene and Palomar knot however.... THIS LINE FRAYS EASILY and as soon as you set the hook it snaps. I first thought I got a bad spool so I went and re-spooled two of my rods with them and it happened again. Line would break as soon as I would set the hook. Do not buy this line, suffix needs to go back to the drawing board. May 18, 2014
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I will be using this on a Penn Slammer 560, and I will be fishing for large striped bass, bluefish, and small (30lbs) tuna. What size would work best for my application.
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I would use the 80 pound test. Trust me this line is extremly strong. You will bend your hook before this line breaks
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30 pound test is a good line size with many using 40 pound. There are occasions when giant tuna show up and even the heavier set up is not enough. But for tuna up to 100 pounds 40 pound test can do the job.

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I would go for 20 or 25 lbs
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It all depends on what your pole is rated for. If it can handle it, 20# or 30# with the drag set properly.
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I use it in salt water all the time and it works flawlessly
1 year, 3 months ago
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yes you can fish it in both fresh and salt water. But you should wash your rods and reels in fresh water right after fishing in salt water lean your rods with reels on them against the house etc and with a strong stream of water from a garden hose spray guides reel seat reel line everything and let them dry then spray everything with reel magic and your line and gear will last ten times longer
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You can use for both.
1 year, 6 months ago
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I mistakenly ordered yellow instead of green, but dont want to return it unless I absolutely have to. Like to flip and pitch for bass. Is the yellow visible to bass?
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I use the yellow to bass fish all the time. i used to use markers to camo the last six feet of the line but i had cut off and retied several times and the end was no longer camo and i was still catching as many fish. i will start a ruckus with this statement but think about it the fish do not know what fishing line is to begin with and if they detect the color its rarely the color thing is for line conpanys to sell us line. i use the yellow for worm fishing because i can see the line twitch that i might not feel. i also use it on top water lures especially frogs because of no strech.
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The color shouldn't matter. The clarity of the water is the big factor.
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Yes it is. That's why chartreuse is such a popular lure color.
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as long as you do not live in crystal clear water enviornments i think you should be ok the only real way that you would believe 100 percent is if you gave it a shot
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I use it in crystal clear water for Smallmouth and have never regretted it. Try it you won't be diappointed.
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more sensitive and no strech on hook set. i usually have 8 rods rigged for bass fishing and 5 have braid and 3 have flourocarbon.
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yes. if not more.
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More so. Less stretch = more sensitivity.
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i would say more so. braid has essentially no stretch, which mono has a lot, so you would feel ever little tap on the lure/hook. nothing would be absorbed by stretch of the line like with mono.
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yep
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it is actually a rather sensitive braid. Transmits a lot of vibration from crank baits and jig heads, and does not stretch like mono making it a little tougher but still sensitive to the strike.
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more sensitive. braid stretches less so it sits on the guides and you feel every little pebble and grass patch on the bottom as well as the subtlest of strikes
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This line is more sensitive then any mono on the market, even more then spider wire. I have used spider wire for ten plus years. It does cost more, however, it is well worth it.
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Braid is actually much more sensitive than monofilament line. This is because braided lines have far less stretch to them than monofilaments.
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I would like to use braided line, but I have heard that you have to turn down your drag so the line doesn't dig in on itself! I have also heard that you should only use1/3 of the lines rated strength to set the drag! Fine if your using 65 pound test braid, but if the highest rated line on your reel is thirty pound test that means you can only set the drag at ten pounds. If you catch a fifteen twenty pound stripers, it will spool you in no time! Kinda seems a waist of time to put 30 pound braid then only run a ten pound drag! I have tried to get info, but I ask one question, and five different answers! Please help????????????
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I set my drag as if using mono. 25%. If using 30 lb, I set it for 7.5. Use I have no problems at all when doing this.
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i'd say yes and no. i have braid on my downrigger, and that's one of the things they mentioned as a negative since it's thinner. on my reels i've only had issues on the ones i tried spooling myself. the ones bp spooled for me haven't been an issue. i haven't heard the drag thing, though. i just adjust as necessary depending on how much line is being taken. i personally wouldn't worry. just get it spooled by someone and with an appropriate line, and if you're still being spooled by a fish than u need heavier setup.
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I use this braid on my muskellunge set up and never worried about my drag pressure. Ive caught a 56" muskie in some moving water and held the fish in place while he tried to swim with the current. The stuff is strong and the only weak point is the reel most of the time.
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it will only bury if you dont wind it tight and keep it tight. use a spooling station with maximum pressure to spool it and never wind it on without applying pressure, my line burys way less than power pro, which is garbage compared to the sufix
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I use Momoi's Diamond Braid line. It never digs in and never backlashes. It seems to be the roundest braid I have ever used.
The only problem I have ever encountered with setting drag too high is it may pull the hook(s) out of the fish's mouth.
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The only time I have this line dig in on itself is when I am stuck and have to pull hard on the lure to free it from the stump etc. However, it easily pulls free of itself and I am back to fishing right away.
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not if you have a braid ready spool. i know people do anyway to keep cost of braid down and/or to get the quantities right.
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I put mono on before just in case it does slip but i do not think it is crucial to put mono on i just think it is suggested
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All braids are going to want to have a mono backing even the 832
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You don't have to use mono if you tie the right knot on the spool(slippage). I like to use mono to save some braid as it is expensive and you wont normally get to the spool anyway. If it gets that far down your using the wrong gear.
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You should to save line at this price . bottom 30% of the spool
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No. Just put on the line as you would any other line. You will not believe how smooth this line is to cast and sensitive. Good luck and have fun.
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U can. I didn't and didn't have any problems with the line cutting into its self or not wrapping on the reel correctly. I've used braided line alot and I have never backed it up with mono I think most guys do it because briads r expensive and this allows u to use less of it.
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Normally put tape for grip or a few wraps of mono since it's readily available. I prefer the few wraps of mono since don't have to worry about temperature affecting the metal expansion or shrinking. I do a double san diego knot for the spool and after a few wraps connect the spectra with reverse albright.
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or you could put a wrap of electrical tape on the spool
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Actually you do need to do that on some reels. Some braids will slip on some spools if there is no mono backing, and the slippage will essentially make your drag useless. It has happened to me, so I would recommend using the mono backing, plus it saves you money in the fact that you don't need to put hundreds of yards of braid on.
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No you dont have to do that to any line, i dont know where you heard that.
It depends on your reels line capacity and the amount of line you have. If you havnt got enough line to put on your spool then you can use a secondary line (can be either braid or mono) to help fill up the spool.
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