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#12308864 - 06/23/17 07:15 PM Abrasion resistant fluoro?
Agape Offline
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Registered: 11/29/16
Posts: 54
Was using big game as a leader material and it was getting shredded up, attributed this to zebra mussels.
Switched to copolymer and experienced the same thing.
Tried Seagar invizx and have had good luck so far with it.
I was wondering if there happens to be a better choice for abrasion resistance without getting to stiff?
Thanks......

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#12308885 - 06/23/17 07:38 PM Re: Abrasion resistant fluoro? [Re: Agape]
SteezMacQueen Offline
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Registered: 11/02/14
Posts: 4451
Loc: Red Oak, Galveston, and Pagosa...
AbrasX, or better yet, Tatsu.
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#12308904 - 06/23/17 07:54 PM Re: Abrasion resistant fluoro? [Re: Agape]
Champion1 Offline
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Registered: 09/20/03
Posts: 2643
Loc: Mansfield, Texas, One Nation U...
Trilene 100% flouro.
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#12309150 - 06/23/17 10:09 PM Re: Abrasion resistant fluoro? [Re: Agape]
grout-scout Offline
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Registered: 12/08/08
Posts: 6361
Loc: Boerne, Texas
I've been using subline fluro and it seems anything less than 18lb will nick pretty easily. 18, 20 & 25 have been really good about not abrading. We don't have zebra mussels though.

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#12309230 - 06/23/17 11:27 PM Re: Abrasion resistant fluoro? [Re: Agape]
Ian Fellenbaum Offline
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Registered: 11/05/15
Posts: 231
Loc: Mesquite, Tx
Really big game is probably more resistant then floro. But I use abrazx, you are still going to have to retie often but you will not loose as many on the hook set

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#12309376 - 06/24/17 07:26 AM Re: Abrasion resistant fluoro? [Re: Agape]
Brad R Offline
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Registered: 03/09/15
Posts: 1550
Loc: Texas
Seaguar claims 2X the abrasion resistance with Abrazx "COMPARED TO LEADING COMPETITIVE FLUOROCARBON LINE" so I am supposing they concocted some sort of fair test to run lines over something like sandpaper and see how each stood up to it.

The "leading competitive fluorocarbon" is not named. But, this would be the "no brainer" choice where one buys a line specifically formulated for a targeted purpose, and from a top notch manufacturer with an industry-leading reputation.

I'd use Abrazx over Tatsu. Tatsu is likely the best of all fluorocarbons on the market but it has other qualities and it isn't designed just for abrasion issues. And, it is soooooo expensive!

Brad


Edited by Brad R (06/24/17 07:29 AM)

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#12309646 - 06/24/17 11:58 AM Re: Abrasion resistant fluoro? [Re: Agape]
milkfisher Offline
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Registered: 05/07/05
Posts: 676
Loc: DFW
Tatsu is the best I've used.
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#12309666 - 06/24/17 12:22 PM Re: Abrasion resistant fluoro? [Re: Agape]
lodell23 Offline
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Registered: 03/12/14
Posts: 652
Loc: Denton TX
Abrazx works great for me

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#12309712 - 06/24/17 01:18 PM Re: Abrasion resistant fluoro? [Re: Agape]
Danny L. Weems Offline
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Registered: 03/19/14
Posts: 1346
Loc: Como, Texas
Depending on what lb test leader your looking for.
Gamma Touch is unbelievably strong and abrasive resistance for the lb test.
I use 8lb to a 10lb power pro main line or dropshot and shakey heads.
I've started using 30lb power pro to 12lb Gamma Edge for skipping jigs and such around docks, so far so good.
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