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Posted by Tn bullet
2/3/2018 7:23 PM
I know before you ask what are you throwing looking for best all around usage jig swim jig spinner bait etc just looking for opinions..... ready and go
Posted by jenko157
2/3/2018 7:55 PM
Seaguar Invisx
Posted by flyman
2/3/2018 7:58 PM
K9
Posted by occasionalfisher
2/3/2018 9:33 PM
Seaguar Invisx
Sunline Assassian

I like the Seaguar for slower presentations, shakey, jig, t-rig and chatterbaits. For CB and others moving baits I like the Sunline a little better. Plus the Assassian comes in a 225 yard spools, so you can easily get a extra refill out of it if you use the right amount of backing on your reel.
Posted by beetlespin
2/3/2018 9:40 PM
Sunline FC Sniper is great stuff
Posted by fishinvol
2/3/2018 10:16 PM
I use invisx
Posted by danrnsmyth
2/4/2018 8:59 AM
Invisix and FC sniper, since I don't get to fish nearly as much as I would like I have three or four small finishing nails along the top of my garage and I take about forty foot of line and lay over the nails and put a sinker on the end to let some of the memory disappear, seems to help if i can remember to do that a day ahead of time
Posted by Smalliefan2
2/4/2018 10:59 AM
I am a fan of P-line. Also like the CXX.
Posted by 31airborne
2/4/2018 11:08 AM
+1 on Seaguar. Try the Abrasx if you're fishing in heavy or rocky cover.
Posted by Hook1
2/4/2018 12:48 PM
Seaguar Invisx for me too. I’ve also used the Red Label a lot but it definitely has a shelf life. It will be good one trip and the next you’ll have break offs. This is just my experience with the Red Label.
Posted by elwestb
2/4/2018 1:38 PM
Invisx!
Posted by hindslg
2/4/2018 2:41 PM
gamma acts like mono, feeds like flouro
Posted by kornbread
2/4/2018 5:39 PM
Seaguar Invisx and Pline Halo
Posted by Innaaa
2/5/2018 3:19 AM
Seaguar Invisx +1
Posted by Carl
2/5/2018 8:41 AM
you asked for best....Tatsu $$$$$$. If cost is not an issue. I switched to FC sniper last year and love it.
Posted by bass angler
2/5/2018 6:43 PM
+1 on P-Line. I agree the Seaguar Red Label definitely has a shelf life.

Edited by bass angler 2/5/2018 6:45 PM
Posted by churly
2/7/2018 9:35 AM
invisix
Posted by jb366
2/8/2018 9:07 AM
I've tried a ton of different fc and the best by far for me has been Sunline sniper and gamma edge. I see alot of reccomendations for p-line and invisx and alot of people use it with no problem obviously, but for me, p-line fc only lasted one trip. It had horrible memory and would tie up and kink making me have to retie all the time. I tried invisx on 2 different occasions. The first time it was a bad spool at I couldn't even sinch a knot without it breaking. Tried it again a while later and it made it a month before the same thing started happening. It was decent line while it lasted but the sunline and gamma to me is more sensitive and easier to manage.
Posted by stiffler
2/12/2018 4:55 PM
Seagaur ivizx is good stuff!
Posted by FlippinManiac
2/12/2018 6:49 PM
Invizx, and red label if you’re on a budget. I’ve used Pline before and had no trouble with it but love invizx. If you do go with red label, check for knicks often.
Posted by djsmarinelectronics
2/12/2018 7:22 PM
Remind me next time we are together Jimmy and I will let you try some K9
Posted by Chick68
2/12/2018 9:17 PM
I have been using the Red Label for 2 years with no problem what so ever It's $10 dollars a roll at Academy !!!
Posted by Tn bullet
2/12/2018 9:57 PM
Hopefully this week Johnny got to get those lights in and plane is now out do not like it so far invisx I like looking forward to k9 Johnny thank you
Posted by silvertalon
2/12/2018 10:13 PM
beetlespin - 2/3/2018 10:40 PM

Sunline FC Sniper is great stuff


I second that. Best I've used!
Posted by rangermerc33
2/13/2018 2:01 PM
I have had great use out of all the seagaur fluoro line up honestly even the cheap stuff haha
Posted by FirstLight
2/13/2018 2:22 PM
Sunline FC Sniper is my go to. A buddy did give me some 15lb Seagar invizx to try last year and I liked it too. But if I'm buying I go with the Sniper.
Posted by occasionalfisher
2/13/2018 6:56 PM
Invisx did have some bad spools get out a few years ago. My dad got a few of them, but it has always been the most consistent for me. I was never much of a fan of the Sunline floro until I used the Assassian. I had tried their cranking FC and it was total garbage, I put it on one day, sprayed it down with Reel Magic, next day it looked and casted like 4 year-old backing mono. Was the worst line memory I have ever seen that fast. But last summer I needed some 12 lb floro and the store where I normally buy it was out of Invisx, so I tried the Sunline and really like it for moving baits.
I have also had good luck with P-Line Halo, but it has terrible memory after a pretty short time. The P-line Tactical stuff is ok, have used it for spinnerbaits and chatterbaits, but if you get a backlash in it, and it gets a kink, that stuff is then trashed.
I have used the Tatsu in 12 and 10 lb sizes and it is pretty good stuff, but not worth the price, I got those two spools in a big discount, and still use the 10 lb for leaders for shakey heads.
Posted by pety221
2/13/2018 8:43 PM
segaur invisx or red label
have broke too much sunline n k9 couldnt stand the pressure on hook set
Posted by Simpl3Man2014
2/13/2018 10:27 PM
Carl - 2/5/2018 8:41 AM

you asked for best....Tatsu $$$$$$. If cost is not an issue. I switched to FC sniper last year and love it.


This guy got me into using K9. I only used it a little bit last season, but I haven’t had any problems with it. Sensitivity is good too
Posted by camaro88z
2/13/2018 11:18 PM
Seaguar Invisx is my go to. Love it. Have thrown many. Still do others from time to time.
Posted by hoop235
2/15/2018 8:14 AM
Any of you guys throw the Invisx on a spinning rod? The last time I tried fluro on spinning rod a few years back, things didn't go so well.
Posted by Simpl3Man2014
2/15/2018 8:41 AM
hoop235 - 2/15/2018 8:14 AM

Any of you guys throw the Invisx on a spinning rod? The last time I tried fluro on spinning rod a few years back, things didn't go so well.


I haven’t tried invisx, but I have tried other fluoro lines on spinning gear and I achieved the same results as you. I mainly use braid in my spinning gear now and it works well. In most applications I’m using 10# Sufix 832.
Posted by camaro88z
2/15/2018 9:39 AM
Spinning I have used Invisx 8 lb. But spinning I normally use pline fluroclear 12lb. Works well for me.
Posted by hoop235
2/15/2018 4:04 PM
camaro88z - 2/15/2018 10:39 AM

Spinning I have used Invisx 8 lb. But spinning I normally use pline fluroclear 12lb. Works well for me.


Thanks guys,
I've had someone else recommend the Pline also so I may give it a try.
Posted by danrnsmyth
2/15/2018 4:15 PM
I too have had some issues with using fluro on a spinning reel and what I found is that it does have some considerable memory and I always tried to make sure I closed the bail with my hand, and stretch it out before a trip and let it trail behind the boat at the start of a trip and finally I would pull some out in the garage before the trip and put a bullet weight on the end and hang it over a nail and leave it overnight. Otherwise it seemed like I ended up respooling more often than I think I should have to.
Posted by porthos33
2/16/2018 7:50 PM

danrnsmyth - 2/15/2018 5:15 PM I too have had some issues with using fluro on a spinning reel and what I found is that it does have some considerable memory and I always tried to make sure I closed the bail with my hand, and stretch it out before a trip and let it trail behind the boat at the start of a trip and finally I would pull some out in the garage before the trip and put a bullet weight on the end and hang it over a nail and leave it overnight. Otherwise it seemed like I ended up respooling more often than I think I should have to.

 Best thing you could ever do for that is just spool up some slick power pro 20-30 lb test and connect about a ten foot leader with a crazy alberto knot.  I've been testing this knot and it is the deal!  I had a good test when I caught 2 striper over 15 lbs on 6lb flouro leader to braid a couple weeks back. It was intense trying to battle that thing around cover, current and structure.  I got both in and one was a 40 minute fight.  That knot passes through my line like butter.

Posted by danrnsmyth
2/16/2018 9:07 PM
I will try it, thanks
Posted by B-ass assasin
2/17/2018 8:39 PM
Cabelas brand is made by sunline. I’m liking it pretty well.
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