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Re: Invizx vs. red label [Re: Frank the Tank] #13558460 05/15/20 06:08 AM
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Invizx is WAY more supple and smooth than red label. But don't get me wrong red label gets the job done but don't put it on a spinning reel lol watched $15 blow up in my face in two cast.

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I found Red Label horrific. I use Inviz-x all the time on baitcasters for moving baits and am very pleased.


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Flouro sucks out loud, throw some big game on.

Re: Invizx vs. red label [Re: WAWI] #13558571 05/15/20 12:10 PM
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Originally Posted by WAWI
Flouro sucks out loud, throw some big game on.


I still use a fair share of BG and have used it for 30 years.


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Re: Invizx vs. red label [Re: Frank the Tank] #13558578 05/15/20 12:27 PM
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I much prefer the sensitivity and smaller diameter of flouro for my crankbaits. Your mileage may vary of course.


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Re: Invizx vs. red label [Re: WAWI] #13558927 05/15/20 04:16 PM
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Originally Posted by WAWI
Flouro sucks out loud, throw some big game on.


I still use BG for just about everything but spinning reels and whatever I canโ€™t afford to put flouro on lol BG has never let me down. 12lb clear or 15lb green.

Re: Invizx vs. red label [Re: RayBob] #13558942 05/15/20 04:29 PM
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Flouro sucks out loud, throw some big game on.


I still use a fair share of BG and have used it for 30 years.


Man, I tend to agree about fluoro sucking. I'm always threatening to go back to BG. But I love the lack of stretch, invisibility and sensitivity that fluoro offers.


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Originally Posted by Frank the Tank
WOW... not even close. Invizx is WAY more supple and smooth than red label. It's amazing. I had forgotten how much better it is.



Agreed, Red Label has to be one of if not the worst preforming fluorocarbon line I have ever used in my entire life. I bought a few spools years ago and they were extremely disappointing. Perhaps I got a bad batch that was stored incorrectly, but I've never had a bad batch of InvizX. Spending some extra money on quality line will allow you to keep it on your reels for many more months without ever needing to change it out. Seaguar Tatsu and Sunline Sniper are well worth the money, they are some of my favorites in the fluorocarbon line category.

Just do not break off snagged lures by pulling on your line as this does significant damage to your line, sadly far to many recreational anglers and even some "professional" guides/fisherman continue to do this. NEVER do this, especially if you've invested in high quality line!


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