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#11315415 - 12/31/15 08:26 PM Fluorocarbon memory
BassSlayer37 Offline
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I put 15# Seagur red label on my reels about a month ago. Everyone says that fluoro gets a lot of memory but I haven't noticed it yet. I fish about every weekend and haven't put any kind of conditioner on the line. So I'm wondering... Is the line just that good or does it take longer for memory to develop for all fluoro? Should I be using line conditioner? Also I am new to using fluorocarbon line so it would really help if y'all could tell me some general info and tips that I should know.
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#11315428 - 12/31/15 08:38 PM Re: Fluorocarbon memory [Re: BassSlayer37]
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You will be breaking off fish in no time. Other than that I got nothing.

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#11315444 - 12/31/15 08:47 PM Re: Fluorocarbon memory [Re: whatsaweighin]
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I have also used it as a leader for a football jig and with a heavy hook set on a few fish it held up great.
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#11315456 - 12/31/15 08:53 PM Re: Fluorocarbon memory [Re: BassSlayer37]
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Needs to be on the reel longer without use. Don't think line memory leads to breakoffs either, just poorer casting.

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#11315460 - 12/31/15 08:57 PM Re: Fluorocarbon memory [Re: BassSlayer37]
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Drastic tempature changes is what always made mine bad
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#11315476 - 12/31/15 09:02 PM Re: Fluorocarbon memory [Re: BassSlayer37]
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It will when it's cold. Don't think it matters how often you use it. I just stretch mine out at ramp
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#11315505 - 12/31/15 09:17 PM Re: Fluorocarbon memory [Re: BassSlayer37]
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Get some kvd line conditioner

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#11315563 - 12/31/15 09:54 PM Re: Fluorocarbon memory [Re: BassSlayer37]
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Registered: 10/31/13
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I love Fluoro for all but a few applications...topwater, A-Rig, froggin' and Seaguar is a great line IMO. I use Seaguar Invizx 12# & 15# on most of my reels and it will get some memory depending on the length between trips. I walk down the alley about 75 yards and tie it to the neighbors picket fence, free spool it out, engage my reel then stretch it pretty good a couple of times. Usually set my drag while I'm doing this too since I back it off between trips. Takes the memory out and lets me know if there is a bad spot too...POP. I reel it back up with some tension and put KVD line conditioner on it. Good to go the next day and lasts quite a while doing it this way.
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#11315748 - 01/01/16 01:00 AM Re: Fluorocarbon memory [Re: Jaret Latta]
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Originally Posted By: Jaret Latta
Get some kvd line conditioner
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#11315777 - 01/01/16 06:29 AM Re: Fluorocarbon memory [Re: SRitchey]
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Originally Posted By: SRitchey
I love Fluoro for all but a few applications...topwater, A-Rig, froggin' and Seaguar is a great line IMO. I use Seaguar Invizx 12# & 15# on most of my reels and it will get some memory depending on the length between trips. I walk down the alley about 75 yards and tie it to the neighbors picket fence, free spool it out, engage my reel then stretch it pretty good a couple of times. Usually set my drag while I'm doing this too since I back it off between trips. Takes the memory out and lets me know if there is a bad spot too...POP. I reel it back up with some tension and put KVD line conditioner on it. Good to go the next day and lasts quite a while doing it this way.


THIS!

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#11315823 - 01/01/16 07:54 AM Re: Fluorocarbon memory [Re: BassSlayer37]
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kvd line conditioner
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#11315838 - 01/01/16 08:03 AM Re: Fluorocarbon memory [Re: Amberlamps]
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Originally Posted By: Amberlamps
kvd line conditioner


How does a line conditioner do anything? Flourocarbon line doesn't soak in. So this stuff does what? lubricate the line from itself? Lubricate the guides?
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#11315857 - 01/01/16 08:12 AM Re: Fluorocarbon memory [Re: SRitchey]
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Loc: Mansfield, Tx.
Originally Posted By: SRitchey
I love Fluoro for all but a few applications...topwater, A-Rig, froggin' and Seaguar is a great line IMO. I use Seaguar Invizx 12# & 15# on most of my reels and it will get some memory depending on the length between trips. I walk down the alley about 75 yards and tie it to the neighbors picket fence, free spool it out, engage my reel then stretch it pretty good a couple of times. Usually set my drag while I'm doing this too since I back it off between trips. Takes the memory out and lets me know if there is a bad spot too...POP. I reel it back up with some tension and put KVD line conditioner on it. Good to go the next day and lasts quite a while doing it this way.


This is good advice to follow. Do this and you won't have any problems. Now me personally, I like Invizx better than Red Label.


Edited by ezbassin (01/02/16 09:39 AM)

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#11315861 - 01/01/16 08:14 AM Re: Fluorocarbon memory [Re: SteezMacQueen]
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Originally Posted By: SteezMacQueen
Originally Posted By: Amberlamps
kvd line conditioner


How does a line conditioner do anything? Flourocarbon line doesn't soak in. So this stuff does what? lubricate the line from itself? Lubricate the guides?


Its like oil in an engine, makes everything slick.

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#11315931 - 01/01/16 09:02 AM Re: Fluorocarbon memory [Re: ezbassin]
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Originally Posted By: ezbassin
Originally Posted By: SteezMacQueen
Originally Posted By: Amberlamps
kvd line conditioner


How does a line conditioner do anything? Flourocarbon line doesn't soak in. So this stuff does what? lubricate the line from itself? Lubricate the guides?


Its like oil in an engine, makes everything slick.


This ^^^^^. It works.
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