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Sufix Castable Invisiline Fluorocarbon Line

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Sufix Castable Invisiline Fluorocarbon Line for Ultralight Fishing

– Recommended for Ultralight Fishing because of Quality, Performance, and Value.

– Retail price is about $12.

– For ultralight fishing, use 2 – 6 lb. test.

 

 

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Product Specifications

There are thousands of anglers around the world from every venue, trout fisherman, flats fisherman, saltwater, freshwater, bass, panfish, crappie, and even heavy hitting bluewater fisherman that put their faith into Sufix’s 100% Fluorocarbon Invisiline.  The fluorocarbon is 100% crystal clear in the water and provides an amazing level of shock resistance for those times when the fish are super-aggressive and want to hit and run with your baits.  The high tensile and knot strength lets you relax knowing that you’ve got the durability necessary to cast all day without worrying about whether or not your knot will pop on the next fish.  Sufix 100% Fluorocarbon Invisiline is impervious to the cold temperatures and ultraviolet rays that typically destroy most other fishing lines.

What I Think

Who would have thought of using leader as a fishing line?  Ultralight anglers, that’s who!  The 2lb test and 4lb test diameters are perfect for tying onto the end of braided line and getting the same levels of strength that you would expect from the braid.  It’s virtually invisible underneath the water so you do not have to worry about spooking any line weary fish that you’re planning to chase.  Likewise it refracts just enough light above the water so that you can easily spot where your line is and watch for any ticks to help alert you to when light biting fish are taking your bait.  Sufix is the supreme line for ultralight angling when you want reliability and durability so you can fish the day away.

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