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Sufix® Performance Braid™ is built with the high strength and durability needed for the toughest offshore battles, while suppleness and small diameter provide the unique handling features required by freshwater and light-tackle anglers. Tested and proven under tortuous conditions, Sufix Performance Braid with exclusive Y6 Digital Braiding™ Technology has emerged as one of the strongest, toughest, best performing fishing lines ever offered. 150 yard spool.
Benefits of Sufix Performance Braid
Tough, durable finish withstands the perils of structure that damage ordinary lines.
Ultra-thin diameter line leaves the spool smooth and straight for long accurate casts.
Small diameter and superior strength make Performance Braid a natural for spinning reels.
Virtually zero stretch—the energy of your fishing rod is transmitted directly to the lure with minimal loss.
great fishing line
I have always used SpiderWire since it came out and have been very happy with it. This line is a little better in my opinion.
August 13, 2012
just like Suffix
Used Stren for years and for mono it's great, but, this Suffix line is wonderful stuff. Switched all but my ultra-light and light rods over to it. Seems just a bit stiff for the small rods and lures. Recommed it for medium and up
July 17, 2012
Usually a big fan of suffix braid but the last purchase of 30lb braid had strenght of 10lb and knotted on almost every cast.
July 1, 2012
I'd not tried a braided spinning line before and was pleasantly surprised with it's casting. Can cast much further with it.
May 27, 2012
Yes but there will always be some digging. I have noticed that braid will dig into the spooled line more than mono because braid is thinner and slicker. The amount you get will be minimal and I have not had any problems with digging while using powerpro. Some of the cheaper braids aren't round enough which can cause more digging under heavy drag pressure.
No this line does not glow. I do alot of night crappie fishing and I use berkly big game solar green. I tie leaders onto it close to the baits. I also use this for night catfishing.It really is super visible with my LED uv lights . Good Luck!!!
I have heard about using this line for muskie....in the 65 lb test. If i were to use this and say a swimbait or live bait would i use a leader.....if so mono or floro...how long and how long of a steel leader. Sorry its alot but i am inexpirenced in the terminal tackel used with muskie
I can't speak for this line because I have not tried it (but plan on trying it soon). However, the Stren Sonic Braid in the clear blue/fluorescent does glow at night under a blacklight. You can see it very well. I have seen it first-hand
It doesn't glow nor does any of the other colored braids that I've tried. Stren has a new baid ( clear / blue / flouresent ) that claims to glow with uv lights.I can't say weather or not it works good or not. I don't intend to try it either because for daytime bassfishing this line can't be beat . As for all my night time fishing needs I use Berkly Big Game in Solar Green. It really is super visible uder uv blacklights. Just remember to use a leader because the fish can see it too. Good Luck !!!
I switched to baitcaster reels because the more I fished my spinning reels with mono, the more line twist I would get resulting in the eventual birdsnest. I would like to go back to the spinning reel for lightweight lures. Will braid solve my line twist problem?
Yes and no. Braid will help because it doesn't develop spool memory over time which mono will eventually do resulting in loopy line and birds nests. Cheap spinning reels will add some twist to line and this also spends on the lure that you use. Swivels will stop the reel from adding twist but will not stop spool memory. With mono,change your line once per year and don't by cheap line. When done fishing for the day,tie on a swivel with some weight and cast several times to undo your twisted line.
I gave up fishing with spinning reels due to line twist with mono. Then a friend recommended Power Pro. This helped a lot with line twist but still got occasional breakage and wind knots. Fished a few more brands but still not impressed until I tried Suffix braid. Fish the 10 lb test for lightweight lures.
I just recently switched over to braid line. A guide I went out fishing with had it and he showed me the difference between mono and braid. I was using the braid to catch catfish. 20# test line and no stretch with no memory whatsoever. I will never go back to a mono line on my reels ever again. I have it on my baitcast and spinning reels and it works miraculously well.
I have 1 baitcaster and 1 spinning reel both have a braided line. I always use a snap swivel or leader which helps with line twist. I personally love braid and will never go back to a mono again. I think that braided lines can take more twist than mono can. It also depends on the type of braid, I just bought sufix performance braid and got 3 knots in my first day on my Canada fishing trip. I hate that line, on the other hand I love Spiderwire original but it is becoming harder and harder to find. I have only broke Spiderwire once, and it was a bad knot that was my fault.
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