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    Seaguar Flourocarbon
from ozarkbass #17337 #17337  
5/29/2012 1:47:23 PM

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 Hello


I want to switch flourocarbon line and thinking of trying Seaguar Invizx or Abrazx. This line is strictly for crankbaits.


Any thoughts on which line would you recommend and why? I fish lake norfork and Bull Shoals in northern Arkansas.


Thanks
mike


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   Seaguar Invizx from Cougarcat  5/29/2012 4:48:35 PM
 Because it is great line. In Norfork and Bull Shoals I assume 8 or 10 lb test.


   Red Label from Cole #15516 #15516  5/29/2012 10:11:18 PM
 I have been using this all year. So far I am really impressed with it. It is the low end seaguar. With that said, 12 lb. is the lowest I have went. I am not sure about the smaller diameters.


   Invizx from Cougarcat  5/30/2012 7:28:50 PM
 You will get as many opinions on this as people that answer. I tried the Red label last year and felt it wasn't as soft, didn't handle as well and wore out quicker.


   My evaluation from Ralph Manns  5/31/2012 1:11:44 AM
 I use Invizek 12# for my primary worming. It's low memory and flexibility seem a positive for accurate casting/pitching with the light worms I routinely use. I find I can get away with slightly stiffer (more memory) line when using flouro to cast deep-running cranks. I've been using BassPro FPX fluoro 12# for deep cranks, but the Pro-shop has none now as they recalled a bad batch. I'll use some of the Red label I use for spinning-rod leaders until BPS gets more. I've used Invizex with cranks, but the softer line seems to damage easily for that use. the problem with fluoro and me is deep damage due to an occasional backlash. Invizex doesn't seem to handle my abuse as well as a harder line.


   Invizx from g2072  5/31/2012 2:07:13 AM
  Two of the first three spools of Invizx I bought was bad. I had been using Carbon Pro for years without any problems. I packaged the last bad spool up and sent it to them with a note explaining my problems. I never heard back from them. Now I use Sunline Sniper and have also used the P-Line in the blue package. For crankbaits I use mostly 12 lb but also use 16-20 for other applications. The bad spools of Invizx cost me about 50 dollars and a few baits. I bought over 2000 yards of line for mine and my fathers reels this year so what will their lack of customer service cost them over a five year period.

Edited 6/1/2012 12:52:56 AM


   Abraz x vs inviz x from ozarkbass #17337 #17337  5/31/2012 6:41:25 PM
 Is the abrazx a stiffer line than invixz and with more memory?


thanks
mike


   Abraz-x from gatechfan  6/3/2012 9:38:08 PM
 I have used both extensively. Both have memory and need to be sprayed with line conditioner. Abraz-x is a little worse maybe. I have found that the Abraz-x is better all around and more durable. You will not go wrong with either. Not a big fan of Red Label, but I think both are fine lines.


Once you try Seaguar, you will not fish any other fluorocarbon. Trust me...


In fact, the Tatsu line is impressive. Very expensive, but you can fish it an entire season versus changing the others multiple times. Once this is considered, the Tatsu price(which is $40 for 200yds) is much more reasonable.
If only they made it in 1000 YD spools.....


   Another option to consider from 31Airborne  6/4/2012 6:23:11 PM
 I also crank w/ fluoro, but I use P-Line. Superb strength and castability. I've used Seaguar in heavier strengths for jig and worm applications - it's a great line, but my go-to line is still P-Line.


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