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Sufix® Elite™ Fishing Line

   

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Low-Vis Green

330 Yards

6

Diameter:
0.25 mm

Model:
661-106G

Low-Vis Green

330 Yards

8

Diameter:
0.2 mm

Model:
661-108G

Low-Vis Green

330 Yards

10

Diameter:
0.3 mm

Model:
661-110G

Low-Vis Green

330 Yards

12

Diameter:
0.35 mm

Model:
661-112G

Low-Vis Green

330 Yards

14

Diameter:
0.38 mm

Model:
661-114G

Low-Vis Green

330 Yards

17

Diameter:
0.4 mm

Model:
661-117G

Clear

330 Yards

6

Diameter:
0.25 mm

Model:
661-106

Clear

330 Yards

8

Diameter:
0.2 mm

Model:
661-108

Clear

330 Yards

10

Diameter:
0.3 mm

Model:
661-110

Clear

330 Yards

12

Diameter:
0.35 mm

Model:
661-112

Clear

330 Yards

14

Diameter:
0.38 mm

Model:
661-114

Clear

330 Yards

17

Diameter:
0.4 mm

Model:
661-117

A high-performing, no compromise mono, Sufix Elite Line features advanced G2 Precision Winding™ which virtually eliminates line memory for uncompromising knot strength and control without sacrificing tensile strength in the clutch. 330 yards.

  • Superior tensile and knot strength due to J7 Micro Resin Technology
  • Handles better and casts with ease due to a proprietary extrusion process
  • All around exceptional performance
  • G2 Precision Winding™ virtually eliminates line memory

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 102 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sufix Elite is Elite I was looking for a more versatile, ie. stronger line that still casted well; comparible to trilene XL. After seeing a piece on the Sufix lines with Shaw Grigsby, I decided to give it a shot in 14 lb. on my baitcasters and eventually 4 lb. on my crappie and spinning trout rods. In both cases the line performed exceptionally. I have had great performance fishing crankbaits, spinnerbaits, and jigs in wood and grass for bass with pike mixed in. Memory was non-existent, knot strength was great, and the castability couldn't have been better, great distance without backlashes and handled fish well through coontails, hydrilla and around logs and stumps. It handled light spinnerbaits and crankbaits better than XL in my opinion. I even used it as my main line carolina rigging with a fluorocarbon leader and it had great sensitivity; I knew where and what my sinker/lizard was doing the whole time I had it in the water. The 4 lb. casts well and has held up to some good trout in heavy current and crappies in stumps, have yet to hook up to a larger fish with the 4 lb. test, but I assume it would handle anything you can play out in open water. June 18, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by New fishing line I've been fishing pretty much all my life and had tested out numerous brands out there (braided, mono, fluorocarbon) and this is by far, the best I've used. I picked it up a few weeks ago and put it on my baitcaster and you can cast this thing a mile without any backlash like other brands I've tried. Memory is almost nonexistent. Knot strength is excellent.. just extremely smooth and strong. June 17, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Flexible, strong, tough I use this in 4 pound for crappie and trout and 8 pound for sandies and walleye. The yellow color is great, but harder to find than the clear. December 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great mono! Soft yet tough. Casts great on spinning reels. Typical Suffix! October 14, 2013
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no. i don't think glowing is a line characteristic i'd be looking for. i could be wrong. i like my line to blend in with the water i'm fishing. just adds another advantage in catching fish.
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The yellow does
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saltwater?

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Ive never really done much saltwater fishing, but if I was going to bring a rod somewhere, could I fish saltwater with this line?
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definitely, just get a strong enough line
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Absolutely, it's made for saltwater. Make sure you get the right pound test for what you'll be fishing for.
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i have been fishing salt water since 1955 as a kid I'm now 61 yrs old it is the only line I use in salt water
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Is it good for topwater?

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Dont know much about suffix. Heard that it has little stretch, which isnt very good for topwater or crankin'. Does this line float or sink?
4 years, 1 month ago
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Has little or no stretch works great for top water or cranking. what I also like is you can get about 350 yds for about 9 bucks. I hate lines that cost 30.00 dollars for 150 yards . I like a good bargain.
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float
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Great for topwater. Yes it floats well. Have perfect amount of stretch
3 years, 11 months ago
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i used this before and from rememberence seems to not be bestfor topwater or ctankin im prtty sure it sinks but i had 14 lbline on medium style reel
strech is minimal i think
usaully i just let bps worry about line for me and i fish thesmallmouth largemouth or whatever !>

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mostly floats, and I don't like it for topwater. Try some P-line.
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This line, as is the case with most if not all monofilament lines, floats, which makes it great for topwater lures.
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is this better than fluoro or is it not as good. also can rip this through heavy cover and over logs without getting your line snapped
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yes to all.but remember,you have to check and retie ANY line periodically.

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LOL Love your user name. Its not better or worse than fluorocarbon, Because there 2 diff kinda of line, As for getting it caught up in the nasty stuff its pritty dang tuff
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Well it is nowhere near as tough as Flourocarbon, but the visibility is very low--one of the highlights of Flouro. It isn't gonna do you as good as Flouro in ripping through heavy cover, lb fo lb, and it will be thicker--or heavier in diameter--my experience is that it has a lot of memory for a mono, which is one of the knocks on flourocarbon (high memory) but this didn't have a lot less to me--try some P-line flouroclear for a good compromise.
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Monofilament and Fluorocarbon excel at different tasks, so you're question is a little hard to answer.

Sufix Elite Monofilament will stretch, which is great for topwater or suspending type baits. It is not as abrasion resistant as Fluorocarbon.

Sufix Fluorocarbon will not stretch like mono, and will help your baits sink. It's lack-of-visibility helps when you're dealing with spooky fish, but it's not recommended for topwater.

If you're fishing cover and structure, Fluoro will be more durable. Personally, I have used Sufix Mono in cover and have had great success because I prefer monofilament over any other type of line.

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elite is better on spinning.seige is better on baitcasters.seige is more abrasion resistant.elite casts better on spinning without coiling.seige is almost impossible to backlash on baitcasting.

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Elite is my choice for spinning tackle
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Good question, I found that the siege is alot better
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i would go with siege it's my line of choice
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I've never found Sufix Fluorocarbon packaged as anything other than leader material. Their website claims they offer it in 200yd spools, but I have never found them.
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i am 95% sure there is no such thing i think mabye you have herd wrong
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I just bought some berkley line and im kinda disappointed in the quality and i sent one of the spools back to them to get a replacement and now im looking for a new line. any suggestions?
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Its alot better than berkley, Rapala makes sufix line. As for stren i think stren and sufix are the best
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Much more memory than Berkley lines, but tougher IME. Don't like Stren due to bad experiences some years back with high memory. This line also has too high of memory for me, but I have read where others did not have that experience--maybe the two 300 yard spools I got of 8lb were just bad, but it just lept off of the spool, and was horrible for wind knots--I have found P-line flouroclear to be a good compromise in limpness and toughness.
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Sufix Elite Mono is all I use now. I used to be a Stren/Berkley user, but have really been impressed with Sufix Elite.

The mono has very little memory, and has outperformed any other mono that I've ever used.

The pricing is great, has very low visibility, and is strong. I even use it when I'm cranking and fishing around cover. I haven't had to use fluorocarbon yet, and I thank Sufix for such a great line.
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Tried Suffix first time this year on my spinning gear. Used 8-pound test for smallies -- no problems.

Going to try 14 -pound test on my xps baitcasters next season.

I've used Stren for 14 years.
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it doesn't compare at all it is by far the best line ive ever used by far most people say it breaks to easy but ive only broke my 3 times since i switched over to suffix 1 was on a very large red fish and almost spooled me i had to grab the spool and break it and 2 got in oysters and cut me off my girl friend just caught a 38" red on 10 pound suffix siege great line
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My favorite line is Sufix, I've tried stren, berkley, and others. I think Sufix Elite is the best. Its smooth, castible, strong, and more. I hope this helps.
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