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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
Great braided line
This new line casts great and has great sensibility. Have the 30# on 2 of my spinning reels which we're using for salmon fishing in Alaska right now.
July 18, 2012
good product but WHERE IS GHOST! i really wanted to get a florocarbon but that would mean switching from braid now i can get ghost suffix 832 and they dont have it yet on bps. in not mad it is just i thought it would be here and it isnt... yet
July 11, 2012
832 Gore Braid
I personally really like this braid. I purchased the 35 and the 50 lb test and find both to be strong well beyond its means. I have caught bass on the 35 lb in the pads and just muscled them right out without worrying about losing the fish. I also have caught 48 to 56" muskellunge on the 50lb braid, and never used a leader. The Muskellunge rolled me up real good one time and the teeth still couldn't cut the braid. Get ya some good carbide cutters because the 50 will dull a regular cutter. See the difference for yourself. You wont be disappointed.
April 17, 2012
the sufix 832 is the best braid money can buy. i have fished spiderwire, fins, ohero, power pro, tufline, magibraid and others and the sufix beats them. heres a comparison that will blow your mind. 20 lb sufix 832 and 50 lb power pro super 8 on the same exact setups. caught in the cat tails with the super 8, i snap my wrist and break the line. later the same day in the same cat tails with sufix 832 20 lb, i cannot break the line. both braids were spooled on at the same time. sufix is strong. i use the seige and elite monofilament and the 832 braid whether fishing in salt or fresh water. you just cant beat it. do yourself a favor and spend a few extra bucks on a better line, it will pay you back when you dont lose the fish of a lifetime
April 15, 2012
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????????????
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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