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Seagar Red vs InvisX #10629785 02/19/15 12:44 PM
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What's your preference, and why? I like the red, but haven't tried InvisX.


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Re: Seagar Red vs InvisX [Re: Phototex] #10629824 02/19/15 01:07 PM
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I really like the red myself. Tried the InvisX once and kept breaking off on the cast. I think
I just got a bad spool with nicks every so often in the line. I checked my reel and change the line and
never had another issue but I didn't go back with the InvisX. Have never had a problem with the red so didn't see any reason to change. Plus, I believe the InvisX is a little higher price than the red.

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I like the InvisX best myself. It seems to be a little more supple. And a little less memory.


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Re: Seagar Red vs InvisX [Re: Phototex] #10629852 02/19/15 01:18 PM
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Red is best of the cheaper fluorocarbons IMO. Get some kvd line conditioner for it

Re: Seagar Red vs InvisX [Re: Phototex] #10629882 02/19/15 01:30 PM
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I like Invisx up to 12lb, and then red label for 15 lb or more. Doesn't seem to me there's too much of a difference once you get into the heavier lines.

Re: Seagar Red vs InvisX [Re: Phototex] #10629897 02/19/15 01:43 PM
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Invisx is slightly smaller in diameter than Red label for the same pound test.

Maybe it means Invisx is a slightly stronger line. Maybe its just marketing.

I've used both, had good results with both.

Re: Seagar Red vs InvisX [Re: Jarrett Latta] #10629903 02/19/15 01:45 PM
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Originally Posted By: Jaret Latta
Red is best of the cheaper fluorocarbons IMO. Get some kvd line conditioner for it


ABSOLUTELY!!! Red Label and groceries. It's the only thing Walmart is good for.


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Re: Seagar Red vs InvisX [Re: Phototex] #10629908 02/19/15 01:48 PM
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On a similar note. I have tried and tried to like Tatsu, but it isn't better, IMO, than Invisx. Not for $40 for a spool. It is good. Just not worth double the price of Invisx and 3x the price of red.


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Re: Seagar Red vs InvisX [Re: SteezMacQueen] #10629914 02/19/15 01:50 PM
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Originally Posted By: SteezMacQueen
I like the InvisX best myself. It seems to be a little more supple. And a little less memory.


I agree. Red label is a little stiffer than Invizx.

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Originally Posted By: SteezMacQueen
I like the InvisX best myself. It seems to be a little more supple. And a little less memory.


Agree, both great lines, with minor differences between the two. InvisX isn't as stiff and is smoother to the touch.


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Red label for around the wood and timber because its strong,and InvizX in open water for longer cast.Just tie a double clinch knot and double check it with a good tug a bad knot will break,so tie it again and check it till you get a strong knot.


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Re: Seagar Red vs InvisX [Re: Phototex] #10630086 02/19/15 02:45 PM
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I used to throw Red Label but I broke too many off on the hooksets. I now use Bass Pro floro and I also tie a new knot so that may have something to do with it. I am going to go back to Red Label and see if that new knot makes any difference. It'll help save a few $$$



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It is cheaper on ebay I buy all my Invisx from ebay 1000 yards or 3000 yards you save a good bit

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The differences between the two are minimal. Just depends on how much money you like to spend. I will keep using Red Label as long as its half the price of InvisX.


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I won't ever switch lines again. I've fished with Invizx for quite a while now and won't look back. If it ain't broke don't fix it.


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