Yo-Zuri H.D. Carbon Fluorocarbon Leader maximizes the advantages of fluoro line. Features include incredible abrasion resistance, higher sensitivity, and superior knot strength. The leader is very soft and supple, and virtually disappears underwater. Fluorocarbon leader is very popular on the professional fishing circuit.
This leader is excellent. It is not as soft and suptle as mentioned especially compared to say Moymo which is very suptle, non the less it can be tied very well at all sizes. I prefer it for yellowtail kingfish and bottom fish as it is very surface hard and has great abbrasion resistance, 20 to 100Lb i dont use anything else.
September 14, 2012
This was my first experience with using a flourocarbon leader. I used 100# test to make leaders for muskie while trolling. This year we did'nt do great but still managed to land about 10 fish from 36 to 45". Before buying I read reviews on the different brand's but was also very cost driven. Most of the negative feedback seemed to be focused on overall stregnth and ease of knot tying. I had no issues with strengh or durability from the Yo-Zuri brand and with the help of pliers had no trouble getting a good tight knot tied. Like I mentioned little experience, but my first exposure was very positive.
July 16, 2012
Very good quality
Pricey however this leader line works well. It has never let me down like other cheaper leaders that are too easy to get abrasion and fail.
May 4, 2012
My Favorite Leader Material
I have had very good success with Yo-Zuri H.D. Carbon leader material for King and Coho salmon. It is easy to snell octopus hooks for both bait and hoochie presentations and has demonstrated a remarkable amount of strength in battling large fish in rough water conditions. In comparison fishing the Disappearing Pink has always produced better than other high-quality flouro leader brands. This last season I averaged 3 to 1 over friends' rods with me using H.D. Carbon and everyone else using their favorite leader - and all using the same plug-cut herring presentation. It's a winner!
February 18, 2012
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