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Yo-Zuri Hybrid Line for Ultralight Fishing

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Yo-Zuri Hybrid Line for Ultralight Fishing

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

– Retail price is about $10.

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

 

 

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Product Specifications

Yo-Zuri broke the mold with their patented Hybrid series of fishing lines.  The ultralight fishing industry is going to change with the combination of fluorocarbon and nylon threads.  The combination creates an exceptionally strong and durable line that features a uniform diameter and strength across the entire spool.  It retains the waterproof properties of fluorocarbon and is impervious to ultraviolet rays that could quickly damage other types of lines.  Yo-Zuri’s Hybrid is extruded under incredibly close tolerances to ensure that the uniform diameter and strength is maintained in order to create the most sensitive and abrasion resistant line you will ever use.  After being extruded the nylon line is then ran through a double finishing of fluorocarbon to create a high end finish that other lines are going to be working to imitate but may never replicate.

What I Think

This may be the line that ultralight anglers have been waiting for.  If you do not like to use braided line on your ultralight combo but enjoy the high level of sensitivity and zero stretch then you are going to want to take a look at Yo-Zuri’s new series of Hybrid fishing lines.  They are designed to give you the best of both worlds: abrasion resistance of nylon with the waterproof properties, zero stretch, and ultimate sensitivity of fluorocarbon.  The patented design is waterproof so that it is not going to weaken after you have been fishing with the same line for long periods of time, which actually saves you money over the course of a fishing season, or two.

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