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Seaguar fluorocarbon line #12491746
11/04/17 03:42 PM
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How does Abarazx compare to Invixz for strength and castability?

Re: Seaguar fluorocarbon line [Re: ezbassin] #12491753
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It seems a little more stiff to me. Has good strength tho. Judging from your post the other day about pitching a jig with FLO I am assuming you are looking for a line that handles better in cold weather. Red Label is not the one. It works great but it has more memory to me than Invisx.

Re: Seaguar fluorocarbon line [Re: ezbassin] #12491754
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Agreed^^

I use red label alot but also line conditioner. Makes a big difference and at 10.99 a spool it's pretty cheap

Re: Seaguar fluorocarbon line [Re: ezbassin] #12491944
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I threw 20lb Invizx and loved it, but wanted to try the Abrazx and they only had 15. Got it anyway, tied it on my heavy flippin rod for jigs and haven't broke off yet where it wasn't my fault. I love the Abrazx! But its definitely more costly than the others..


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Re: Seaguar fluorocarbon line [Re: ezbassin] #12491959
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Invizx is the only one of the three that I have used.

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Re: Seaguar fluorocarbon line [Re: Ken A.] #12492059
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Originally Posted By: Ken A.
It seems a little more stiff to me. Has good strength tho. Judging from your post the other day about pitching a jig with FLO I am assuming you are looking for a line that handles better in cold weather. Red Label is not the one. It works great but it has more memory to me than Invisx.

Same here.

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