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Sufix Performance Braid Braided Line for Ultralight Fishing

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Sufix Performance Braid for Ultralight Fishing

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

– Retail price is about $15.

– For ultralight fishing, use 1 – 6 lb. diameter line.



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Product Specifications

Sufix designed their performance braid to give it an incredibly thin diameter but still retain some of the highest lb test breaking strength out of any other line on the market today.  It is so good, in fact, that one of the toughest anglers in the world, Larry Dahlberg, chooses to use it on every rod and reel that he uses to go hunting for the big fish on his television show.  Sufix Performance Braid handles beautifully and maintains its round, smooth texture to help get it off the reel almost effortlessly.  The design of the line keeps it from retaining any memory even when you have kept it on the spool over a cold winter, or during the super-hot summer months.  You also do not have to worry about going through a standard “break-in” period with the line, as with other braided lines, because of the finish that is used by Sufix during the manufacturing process.

What I Think

The next time you spool braid onto your ultralight combo you are going to want to take Larry Dahlberg’s word for it and use Sufix Performance Braid.  The small 6lb test lines are virtually invisible because of their extremely small line diameter which helps to throw massive amounts of line off the spool when you cast ultralight baits.  Unlike traditional monofilament and fluorocarbon you do not have to worry about the braided line from Sufix holding memory from being on the spool which can cause bird’s nests, wind knots, and other horrible problems that are nearly impossible to pick out with braid.

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