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Fishing Line Suggestions #13638871 07/21/20 08:19 PM
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Need to re-string 4 reels I just got back from getting cleaned. Always used Vicious Flourocarbon but can’t find any in Mt. Pleasant. Our outdoor store here carries several different brands but are having trouble keeping it in stock because of suppliers and covid. All reels are baitcasters. Thanks.


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Re: Fishing Line Suggestions [Re: racing75] #13638898 07/21/20 08:37 PM
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Pline fluorocarbon in the blue box

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Seaguar Invizx. I tried many others and like this one the best for the price. It has never let me down. I have never tried Tatsu because of the high price but those that have seem to like it very well.

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Re: Fishing Line Suggestions [Re: racing75] #13638920 07/21/20 08:52 PM
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+1 for Seaguar invizx

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I like Invizx a lot.. but I would put a backing line of some kind of mono, just to use less of the flouro per reel. 50 to 75 yd is plenty of flouro per reel that way. I use Stren in low viz green, 12lb. Its not expensive.

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Consider Yo-Zuri top knot, often overlooked because it is an inexpensive line. Very low memory, strong, abrasive resistant. Using 10 and 14 pound line. Very happy

Re: Fishing Line Suggestions [Re: racing75] #13639559 07/22/20 12:02 PM
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Seaguar Red Label or Invisx

BTW, I had very bad experiences with Viscious fluoro when it first came out. Not sure how many fish I broke off on Fork using this line in the timber. I've never used it again.


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Seagar invisx and I really like Gamma as well.

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Re: Fishing Line Suggestions [Re: rut-roe] #13639794 07/22/20 02:09 PM
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Originally Posted by rut-roe
+1 for Seaguar invizx

Another vote for InvisX. 8 and 12 for spinning rods and leaders. 12 and 15 on moving baits. 17-25 on more aggressive plastic bait fishing. 20 power pro for main lines on spinning. 65 power pro on main line for c rig and frogs.


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Just buy it off Academy website. You can get 500yrd spools for $19.99. I bought some and took it to Mexico and fished Salto and Comedero for two weeks. That stuff held up very well. I was really surprised.

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I have used Sunline Super Flouro for several years now. Its fairly inexpensive and works very well. It has proven itself to me many times over.

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Sounds like a good time for an experiment to see if you prefer fluoro or copoly

One reel with Invisix
One reel with Sunline

Then two reels with a copoly.
Yozuri hybrid, Pline CXX, or Pline CX premium


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Originally Posted by CCTX
Sounds like a good time for an experiment to see if you prefer fluoro or copoly

One reel with Invisix
One reel with Sunline

Then two reels with a copoly.
Yozuri hybrid, Pline CXX, or Pline CX premium



this ^^^^ try CX Premium and CXX, you won't be sorry

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