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Flouro #13129659 04/21/19 04:18 PM
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What do you guys think is the best Flourocarbon line for the money?

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Re: Flouro [Re: abnaki54] #13129660 04/21/19 04:20 PM
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My choice is Sunline Superfluoro. Its proven itself to me over the last couple of years again and again. I love it and its affordable. It's the best bang for the money for me.

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Originally Posted by Mark Perry
My choice is Sunline Superfluoro. Its proven itself to me over the last couple of years again and again. I love it and its affordable. It's the best bang for the money for me.


I'll give it a try. Thanks Mark

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Thanks Mark, I'll try it.

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Uoull re spool less often and get better performance the whole time.


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Originally Posted by Jeff From Iowa
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Uoull re spool less often and get better performance the whole time.

At $40 a spool, it might be best for YOUR money, but not mine. 1/4 the price red Label is hard to beat.


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Re: Flouro [Re: abnaki54] #13129700 04/21/19 05:28 PM
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LOL

And I thought I was the crazy one putting a 12 ft fluorocarbon on my line.

Re: Flouro [Re: abnaki54] #13129703 04/21/19 05:33 PM
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XPS for me.....the giant spools. Cheapest last time I bought; although, it's been a while.


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Re: Flouro [Re: abnaki54] #13129712 04/21/19 05:43 PM
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Oops. I have been using Berkley Vanish.

Re: Flouro [Re: Mark Perry] #13129718 04/21/19 05:49 PM
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Originally Posted by Mark Perry
My choice is Sunline Superfluoro. Its proven itself to me over the last couple of years again and again. I love it and its affordable. It's the best bang for the money for me.



Is it better than FC Sniper? I tried Sniper once and it broke on me three times on the first outing so I never bought a spool of it again. I was using Invizx at the time and still use it and it has never let me down. I tried the Sniper because so many anglers seem to like Sunline fluorocarbon and the store I went to had Sniper in stock.
Currently I use Invizx and P Line Halo when I spool up with fluorocarbon.

Wow I just checked prices at Tackle warehouse and they have Invizx priced even higher than P Line Halo. In the past P Line Halo has always been more expensive than Invizx and both lines are quite a bit more than Sunline Superfluoro. I believe I will have to test out some superfluoro.

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Originally Posted by ezbassin
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My choice is Sunline Superfluoro. Its proven itself to me over the last couple of years again and again. I love it and its affordable. It's the best bang for the money for me.



Is it better than FC Sniper? I tried Sniper once and it broke on me three times on the first outing so I never bought a spool of it again. I was using Invizx at the time and still use it and it has never let me down. I tried the Sniper because so many anglers seem to like Sunline fluorocarbon and the store I went to had Sniper in stock.
Currently I use Invizx and P Line Halo when I spool up with fluorocarbon.



Results and opinions vary. I love Sniper and price wise it's more than the Super FC. That being said Super FC or Sniper have never let me d ok wh and I'm pretty hard on the line I use.

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I like Seagular Invisx or Red Label.

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Originally Posted by SteezMacQueen
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Uoull re spool less often and get better performance the whole time.

At $40 a spool, it might be best for YOUR money, but not mine. 1/4 the price red Label is hard to beat.


Red Label is even better when its on the clearance rack at Wal-Mart for $3 a spool. Think I'm set fora few more years.

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If I am in a pinch and need decent flouro on a budget I like invisx. But most of my flouro is Gamma Edge. It is ridiculously priced, but I buy 1000 yard rolls when there are sales, like the 20% off right now at LBF. Still ridiculously priced, but I only have to re-spool maybe once a year unless something bad happened. My spinning reels tend to get re-spooled more often so I use invisx on those. And then there is my son who absolutely waste line which is why I have to re-up more than once every other year.

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Another vote for XPS


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