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#11252031 - 11/29/15 12:37 PM Seagur Invizx
BassSlayer37 Offline
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Registered: 03/09/15
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I have no experience with fluorocarbon at all but I'm looking into getting some. At the local Academy there is some Seagur Invizx that I have heard is pretty good. Do y'all prefer another flouro line? What setup do y'all use flouro for?
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#11252045 - 11/29/15 12:48 PM Re: Seagur Invizx [Re: BassSlayer37]
KB1953 Offline
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Registered: 06/29/12
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Seaguar Invizx is the best flouro you can buy, on sale at Tackle Warehouse on line 20% off, no tax, free shipping!

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#11252054 - 11/29/15 12:53 PM Re: Seagur Invizx [Re: KB1953]
Texas Husker Offline
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Originally Posted By: KB1953
Seaguar Invizx is the best flouro you can buy, on sale at Tackle Warehouse on line 20% off, no tax, free shipping!


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#11252083 - 11/29/15 01:06 PM Re: Seagur Invizx [Re: Texas Husker]
Dosser Offline
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I buy the Seaguar Red label and have no complaints what so ever about it!
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#11252085 - 11/29/15 01:07 PM Re: Seagur Invizx [Re: Dosser]
Dosser Offline
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Just make sure to wet your knot before you pull it tight fish
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#11252121 - 11/29/15 01:22 PM Re: Seagur Invizx [Re: BassSlayer37]
snickers Offline
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Ebay has the best deals

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#11252162 - 11/29/15 01:38 PM Re: Seagur Invizx [Re: BassSlayer37]
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Registered: 10/22/10
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Loc: Big Sandy, TX
Seaguar Invizx is good line.
Limber, easy to manage which also means it has more stretch and a little less feel. Not the best abrasive-resistant when fishing around stumps, concrete or rock.

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#11252177 - 11/29/15 01:44 PM Re: Seagur Invizx [Re: LittleGazoo]
Texas Husker Offline
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Originally Posted By: LittleGazoo
Seaguar Invizx is good line.
Limber, easy to manage which also means it has more stretch and a little less feel. Not the best abrasive-resistant when fishing around stumps, concrete or rock.


+1 on the abrasive comment. If I am fishing rocks, concrete or boat house pilings I find I need to retie after about every fish because of scuffed up line.

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#11252502 - 11/29/15 04:33 PM Re: Seagur Invizx [Re: Texas Husker]
SteezMacQueen Offline
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Originally Posted By: Texas Husker
Originally Posted By: LittleGazoo
Seaguar Invizx is good line.
Limber, easy to manage which also means it has more stretch and a little less feel. Not the best abrasive-resistant when fishing around stumps, concrete or rock.


+1 on the abrasive comment. If I am fishing rocks, concrete or boat house pilings I find I need to retie after about every fish because of scuffed up line.


Good point. But, it's a good idea to retie after every catch anyways. No matter what brand/type/weight line.

InvisX is really really good. The best, on the other hand, isn't InvisX. It's Tatsu. Best of InvisX suppleness and AbrazX abrasion resistance. But, it's around $45 for 200yards
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#11252701 - 11/29/15 05:52 PM Re: Seagur Invizx [Re: snickers]
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Originally Posted By: snickers
Ebay has the best deals

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#11252793 - 11/29/15 06:23 PM Re: Seagur Invizx [Re: BassSlayer37]
pYr8 Offline
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Seaguar... Invizx for general, AbrazX for a tougher skin
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#11253372 - 11/29/15 10:44 PM Re: Seagur Invizx [Re: BassSlayer37]
hairball Offline
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Registered: 10/25/13
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I have used it for years. Tried other brands from time to time but keep coming back to it.

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#11253426 - 11/29/15 11:17 PM Re: Seagur Invizx [Re: BassSlayer37]
lamoon78 Offline
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Registered: 05/05/10
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Loc: Livingston Tx
Its a really good line I mainly use 17lb except for cranking I use 12.

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#11253464 - 11/30/15 12:39 AM Re: Seagur Invizx [Re: BassSlayer37]
Kyle405 Offline
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Registered: 06/26/15
Posts: 210
Loc: Ellis County, Tx.
Seaguar is a great line. For us folks on a budget I recommend Yo Zuri Hybrid.

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#11253702 - 11/30/15 08:57 AM Re: Seagur Invizx [Re: BassSlayer37]
OzzieFish Offline
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Registered: 02/24/03
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Loc: Carrollton, TX USA
I don't like the line too many breakoffs... I've switched to 100% Berkley.


Edited by OzzieFish (11/30/15 08:57 AM)

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