ICAST 2015: KastKing The brand releases a new fishing line. It's a combination of the No.1 selling KastKing Copolymer Fishing Line with high-tech 100% fluorocarbon coating that reduces the line's visibility when immersed in water. The combination of the two materials maximizes the advantage of fluorocarbon invisibility. You can have the same qualities and performance at a lower price. A low cost alternative to fluorocarbon line, the KastKing fluoroKote Fishing Line is a great upgrade from mono line. The smaller diameter of the FluoroKote makes it a stronger line that gives you more reel capacity and increased depth with diving baits. Fishing line sinks faster with low absorption. The fluorocarbon materials make the line extremely durable, offer great knot strength, and exceed in sensitivity. The versatile nature of the line makes it ideal for fishing almost any conditions and techniques.
👤I rarely give bad reviews, but I'm making an exception here. I bought this before I went fishing in Canada. I had three unexplained breakages on that trip, one of which was just getting out a minor tangle and the line fell apart. The first time might have been a mistake. I stopped using the rod for the rest of the trip on the third because I couldn't trust it anymore. It's possible I got an old spool of it from someone who returned it after cooking in their car for a while. I will not buy this stuff again because of the other good options. Your luck will be better...
👤This line is very good. I did some rocky shore fishing over the weekend. I had only one line break when the weight was stuck on the rocks but I pulled up huge pieces of kelp and more than 10 surf perch with each weighing in the range of 1- 1.5lb. I used it as a leader. The shore was filled with rocks and mussels. I believe the breaking point is a little more than 20 lbs because I saw a video that showed the 20 lbs test can lift a 20 lbs kettlebell only snapping after doing a jerking motion to replicate a fish. I highly recommend this line. My setup was a reel and a rod.
👤Very little stretch. I've hit more bass with this line than any other brand. Fast hits and easy hook sets. I don't know what would happen if that doesn't speak volumes. Bass don't touch the line if they can see it. I hit 2 large mouth bass and 1 shoal bass in 5 whole casts after changing to this line, but my son was complaining about being cold. Could it get better? I'm ordering more for my bass rods.
👤Since I started fishing with baitcasting reels, I have been looking for the right line. Mono had a lot of memory, braid wanted to do it for me and regular flurocarbon had the same issues. It is my favorite line I have used so far and I can firmly day it after fishing with it a couple times. Less line memory than mono and traditional flurocarbon, just the right amount of stretch d the invisibility is the same as any other fluro I've used. I bought this for weightless senko fishing. The diameter is close to 10lb mono. I got it stuck in a bush on the first day. It was able to be pulled out without a problem. I wish it had less memory. I don't think this would be as much of a desire on a spinning reel as it is on a larger reel.
👤Even in the small line tests that I have, this line is very strong. I fish in rocky rivers and creek in PA and the Kast King Fluorokote is great for dragging across the rough and very abrasive river beds. It doesn't take long before I get the first cast, because the line disappears in the water. I bought an 8# test for one of my medium light setup to see if I could get a smallmouth bass, because I liked the 4lb so much on my ultralight setup. This line is as tough as Fluorocarbon and softer. Everyone who has tried fluorocarbon should definitely use florokote. I recommend this line for any fish you are targeting.
Clear premium finish. Fighting power for big game fish. Incredible strength for control and confidence. Fight power is added by controlled stretch. Extra tough and abrasive. Strong and durable holding power is what the outstanding knot strength is. All purpose, easy to handle fishing line is what the monofilament fishing line has. It is easy to tie knots with good strength.
👤If you are going to use monofilament as your main line, you will probably lose to Berkley Trilene Big Game. It's cheap and stronger than its rating. It's a little stronger than the Trilene. If not stronger, the 12LB Big Game is the equivalent of the 17lb or 20lb Trilene. It is stretchier than the XL, and it has less excessive memory than the XL. The 12LB Big Game, which is marginally thicker than 14lb, results in fewer bird's nest on a baitcaster. I don't see why the extra price is justified when the XT has less memory and stretches a little less. If you want to use a leader with a thinner line, use the XL, it will break easily and allow you to get the rest of your line back. Big Game is what you should use if you want a mainline.
👤I have been using this line for over 30 years and there is no other line that I would use for fish in heavy cover. I've caught two alligator gars, one that weighed in at over 200 lbs on a 50lb test and another that weighed in at over 100 lbs on a 20lb test. I have never lost a gar to a broken line and I have caught many over 100 lbs. My fishing partners switched if they weren't using it already. I've tried monos and they don't resist abrasion as well as this one. It stretches well and helps avoid the shock of a big fish making a quick run on short line using stiff rods. It's perfect for big cats. I've caught many in the 40-60lb range on 15 and 20lb test lines. It isn't a fidelity line. trout fisherman look for something else. I use the 50 and 80lb test line to make leaders for big cats because it wears like light wire and allows for more action from the bait.
👤I have used this line for many years. The strength, stretch, and solar collector are all great. Memory retention makes it difficult with spinning gear.
👤The brand and weight of the "50 Pound Test-275 Yard" option was recommended by another website to use to hang bird feeders to prevent squirrels from being able to climb onto the feeders. The bird feeders weigh about 3.5 Ibs when they are full. The line snapped and the bird feeders were on the ground. They were wrong to say that this line can hold 50 lbs.
👤I've always been happy with the Trilene mono, so I use it to tie my own leaders. I will continue to purchase this brand. When I review a product, it starts with four stars as I rarely purchase anything below four stars. I add and/orsubtract stars based on certain criteria. 1. If an item is exactly what I expected it will get a four star rating. If an item surpasses my expectations, it will get a star. If an item goes below my expectations, it will lose a star. If the instructions for the product are hard to follow or hard to understand, it will lose a star no matter what the product does. If a product is below my expectations, I will deduct two stars. It will be rare that I would give a product one star since I buy mostly items that have a 4+ rating but in rare instances there may be a good reason that even a four star product receives a one star rating from me. I will explain my reason for giving a product only one star if it is related to customer service issues from the company.
100 Fluorocarbon leader. DSF is a double structureluorocarbon. Tensile strength is the best.
👤I'm a hardened ukulele player and wear out a lot of A strings, so I don't fish much. This leader is.0205" in diameter and is ideal for the first string of a concert ukulele. It's a medium tension string. The strings I cut from this leader are smooth and loud. Compared to nylon strings, it is a little brighter and louder. It's much less expensive than most good commercial strings. I'm a happy camper.
👤I caught a lot of fish with this product. I met John Skinner, a fishing author and celebrity, and he mentioned to use fluorocarbon line. I have it. I loved it. Strong, stiff, clear, thin, no stretching. The product is great. . It is more expensive than other lines. Through the use of the line and my rod, it is worth it. I feel the way my rig swims when I cast and reel. I get to feel if my lure is dragging on the bottom, if it is swimming correctly, if there is an edge or a hole, if I get a light or a hard hit, what type of fish it is. I gave it a 5 star review for the success I have gotten. I just ordered a brand of fluorocarbon line from Amazon. I will write another honest review after use. I am getting more line for the money with kastking. If their brand of fluorocarbon line doesn't let me down, I will be disappointed by the baitfeeder sharky 3 reel. I will be happy to spend the extra money on Seaguar fluorocarbon line.
👤I bought this for a tuna fishing trip, and was having trouble getting a good knot. The deckhand was able to easily break 40lb test with his hands after losing a large fish. Seaguar is a great material. I received either a counterfeit or a bad one.
👤The berkley fluorocarbon is less expensive than most tackle boxes and works just as well when it's only 25 yards. Berkly sells 20 pound 100% fluro for 11 bucks and it is in a big container that is hard to take around. The leader line and fluro are the same line so buy the bulk. If you use a leader over and over, the line "leader line" or "regular 100% fluro" will have some nicks and hold the color of the water. Retying your leader every trip will give you the most bites. A fresh mono leader catches more fish than a leader that has been used multiple times.
👤The line is getting old, but it snaps on me. I use an old roll of no-name monofilament in its place and it just feels stronger. I use a 10 pound monofilament that is much stronger than the one I have. I have busted this line 10 times and tightened a knot. 5 fish were lost to the line snapping. I know it isn't me because my 10 pound monofilament doesn't happen with it.
👤I was the rep for the original US importer when the market didn't understand the usage. I fish this with irons, lead heads, and hard baits. This is better for those applications than softer versions. It's important that you have a thicker/stiffer for the test than "premium:" when fishing because you have a chance of being rubbed or chewed off.
Greater density makes it easier for lures to run deeper. The invisible fluorocarbons are invisible. Similar to water, fish can't see it. Fluorocarbon professional.
👤flouro can be difficult to fish with, so I can understand the low reviews. The payoffs are worth it. fish will not notice your line. It is not visible. It's one less thing to worry about when it comes to presentation. Take care to tie them well. Before you go fishing, make sure you put the line on. There is an open space. After casting out a lure with a weight like the one you will fish, have a partner take it out for you. Or so. If you want to make sure the line doesn't twist, have your partner hold the end of the line and then reel in slowly. Your casts should be free from tangles. If you don't do this, you will have tangles on your line and it will ruin it. There is one word of warning when shopping. Make sure the line is 100 percent flourocarbon. There are a lot of lines that say "flouro this" or "flouro that" but it isn't authentic flourocarbon and may or may not give you the same smooth retrieve and invisibility qualities you have with 100percent flouro. I highly recommend this line for a quality pure flourocarbon line.
👤Likes it. There was no memory or stretch. It is fast drying. Strong. Dislikes. There are no suggestions. Fluorocarbon is less forgiving than mono for less knot tension. I don't think the stealthiness of fluorocarbon underwater makes a difference. We all caught trout on the same boat. I think it is the usual factors of successful fishing: right time of day, right location, right bait, right lure, quality and placement of one's cast, luck, and the right cold beer. The selling points for fluorocarbon are abrasion and UV resistance, less stretch/memory, and not absorbing water.
👤I picked up a small spool of the 15lb line to try out as leader for braided line to replace the Berkley Vanish that I was using before. This stuff is a lot thicker than Vanish, but it holds knots a lot better, and doesn't break on the smallest knots like Vanish. I'm happy with it. I might try their fluoro to see if it is less stiff. I have been tying a uni to uni knot with this to 15 lbs spiderwire stealth line and it hold well if you loop the spiderwire 10 times while tying, I have also been tying it with the fluoro 4 or 5 times.
👤100% of the time. Since the day it was released, I've been using it. I have used from 4lb-20lb for multiple species of fish. You are behind the times if you are using monofilament as your normal conditions line. Most of the year, Berkeley fluorocarbon is the only line I see on my reels.
👤I've bought the best fluoro so far. It has a higher knot strength and breaks at 100% of the test weight, which is great for other fluoro's. It will pull to 100% of it's test weight using the Berkley Trilene Knot.
👤Berkeley Trilene Monofilament has been used by me for a long time. I thought I would give this fluorocarbon a try because I was looking for something more sensitive. This is a great line. It sinks better in the water than mono. I can feel the bottom bumping or a fish just mouthing it. I had to replace it because it was no longer usable after a few months. I dinged it and will likely not use fluorocarbon again. This is a great line for fisher-persons who switch out their line every couple months.
The resistance to abrasion is extreme. Excellent for heavy cover applications. The line diameter is uniform. The coating for softer handling is triple resin.
👤There is no indication that it is actually Sunline FC Sniper. I don't think Sunline would sell un branded line spools, so I have doubts that it is authentic. I will try it out and see how it works.
👤I don't want to like this line because of the price, but it's really good. I was using it on a M power F action rod to fish light flipping jigs, and I was able to pull the jig free from the water after paddling over the snag in my kayak. That's pretty good. I caught a couple small bass, but so far I'm impressed with the 8lb test. I've been using 12lb on my crankbait rod for a while and it's been quite good. The knot strength has been very good, I've been using Palomar knots to tie on lures. I ran into an issue with the 8lb test. I was able to catch it between the reel body and the spool. I'm going to need to go up to 10lb on that rig. The heavier pound lines seem to have more memory than the 8lb. I would only recommend it for baitcasters who use lighter lines. I've had the same diameter braid on the same reel and it's not an issue.
👤Who knows if there is a twist? I won't buy bulk line on Amazon again. I'm not the first poster to point this out. I cannot say if it is as advertised.
👤For baitcasters, the Sunline Sniper and Seaguar Abrazx are both rated at 5 stars. The 7 lbs Sunline hasn't worked out well for my or my wife's spinning reels. Weird random line twists. The line shows almost no memory from either spool. This actually happened on the second cast, on my wife's reel. I had to cut the line twice in the first day of using this flouro and I was using Tokyo rigs. I'm at a loss as to why the spools were treated with line conditioner. I'm going to try to get both reels out behind the boat with the weight attached. It's pretty expensive to put up a cheap line if it doesn't.
👤I'm disappointed it won't work on a spinning reel because it has a lot of memory. I've never had a problem with knots until I got this stuff, and I'm having problems with knots breaking. It's wrapped over it's own body and makes it weak everywhere. Getting ready to toss the line. I was looking at better quality. Maybe I just got a bad spool and won't order any more, but I'll stick with another brand.
👤My first exposure to fluorocarbon. I was scared by some of the reviews. I put it on a spinning reel. I went fishing. I used a swim bait without a swivel and didn't experience any line twist or unspooling. I didn't notice any worse memory than the diameter mono. I didn't see any advantage or disadvantage to mono on the way it cast, felt or set hooks. Couldn't tell if it sinks better or not. It takes a lot of effort to break off a permanent snag in a cat's tail. Seemed better in that regard. The visibility advantage is something I believe, as I found it hard to see tying knots as the light doesn't reflect on it. I don't know if that's worth the price to you. Caught them for me.
The Fluorocarbon line is constructed from 100% pure fluorocarbon and provides the ultimate invisibility, castability and durability. It is possible to target fish in clear water with the help of the invisible Underwater-Fluorocarbon leader material. The fluorocarbon fishing line has incredible abrasion resistance and can resist the sharp teeth of big fish. The 100% Fluorocarbon line has a specific gravity of 80% higher than water so it sinks much faster than traditional mono fishing lines. They are confident that you can trust their Fluorocarbon Fishing Line since they control the production and material selection process and have a perfect after-sales service.
👤It was used to tie quick set rigs. Quality wise, it seems ok. The spool is not that great. It becomes a giant mess when you open it. I will hit the hard water later today and see how it does in the cold, but the initial annoyance leaves me at 2 stars.
👤This leader material has been improved by Angryfish. The majority of my fishing is in rivers with strong currents. The key to catching fish in the summer is to get my bait inside or close to the structure where the fish hide. The first batches were not good. I was asked by Angryfish to try this material again. I changed my rating to four stars. The product is better now than it was when it was first released. My rating is not 5 stars because of the cracked spool. I recommend this product for river fishermen. I catch a lot of fish. I used the new leader material for several days and caught a few fish before changing my rating. The fish tries to get back under the log, rock, or structure when caught. The way I do fishing requires good leader material. I am happy I tried it again.
👤The item was described and so far it appears to be a good deal. I bought a few different sizes and will see how they perform. The size conversion is confusing. It takes a bit of getting used to. I need to see how they work before I give them a 5 star rating.
👤Like the leader of the fluro. Excellent leader for sea bass and hawaiian fishing.
👤The 21 pound test is used to make rigs for surf fishing. Excellent quality. Ties are good and should last. Made a dozen dual hook bottom rigs using dropper loop knots for hooks and one surgeon knot for the weight. There were no curly twists after being unspooled. A notch to tuck line in is convenient. It should work out great, so fish don't see the rig.
👤Two lines of memory. I had wind knots when I cast. It is useless for me.
👤Fast shipping. Water is proof. Good details.
👤The item was received as described. The line likes to hold the shape until used a few times. The line held up well when the weight got caught. The weight was freed and the setup was not loose.
👤Es un producto de una calidad.
The PowerFluoro is constructed of a 100% fluorocarbon outer coating with a copolymer core, the fluorocarbon coating produces outstanding shock strength, abrasion resistance and knot strength to deliver the ultimate in impact strength, and added copolymer adds flexibility, knot strength and reduced memory. The fluorocarbon's light-refractive index makes line virtually invisible to fish in the water for a stealthy presentation, which could be used in any water conditions. The PowerFluoro's amazing strength allows it to endure sudden, aggressive strikes and deliver solid hookset, which provides excellent shock strength, abrasion resistance and knot strength for maximum castability. It won't freeze, which makes it great for ice fishing, and it has a high density construction, which makes it easier to troll. You can feel the bite from fish with a constant uniform diameter and low stretch and extra sensitivity. You will soon see your catch ratio increase.
👤I put this in my spinning reel. Smooth. We should probably add a few more "o"s to the word because it's so smooth. It feels good on my fingers. I walked outside after tying on a bait. I casually flipped my rod out. Over 100 feet. No effort, no fuss. I love this line so much. Thank you for another awesome product.
👤I got this first. I thought they forgot the string. This is close to being seen. I like it. The fish won't see this at all. The quality is great and it was hard to break. It is almost invisible. I will be buying more fishing poles.
👤The PowerFlouro 6lb. line is great. It was very thin and strong, used for ice fishing. The line handled every fish with no problems, even though it was very difficult to ice fish on. It is highly recommended that you do some research on the proper knots to use. I had to learn a couple of new knots to prevent them from breaking at the hook. I like the loop knot. I will be buying more of this line to use for other types of fishing.
👤A friend told me to try this line. I gave it a try. I have fished with it on two separate outings and it has worked well, though I have noticed that you need to make sure your knots are secure, it is a bit slippery. Sometimes it casts smooth but other times it gets tangled and gets knots from just casting and reeling in. I was able to get 3 reels for 10 dollars, that's a decent price for your money. After having this as my mainline for a few weeks, I fished it hard and got some nice salmon with it and it held up well. The memory is pretty intense after sitting for a week. Still works well. Good leader material.
👤The 16lb test was used to test the new reel. I don't feel bad filling a whole reel at this price. I recreated the line in a cup of water test against a competitors mono and it presented itself with a blurred edge that almost disappeared into the background. The mono has a very crisp edge that makes the line very visible. Line strength is similar to the mono. The flouro coated line held up better when taken to the edge of a sharpening stone. I will be buying a roll of powerbraid and using it as a leader for a lighter weight setup.
👤I bought 2 spools of the RUNCL PowerFluoro fishing line on Amazon for use with good quality ultra light rigs. The performance was terrible. It's so frustrating! Line has more memory than any other line I've tried. Low wind lake conditions made it difficult to cast in the water. 50% of strikes would break the line if you were fishing for rainbow trout which don't exceed 2 lbs. It was not possible to tie on hooks or other items because the line would slip out of several knots. This line would be great for light weight trout fishing. Wrong! Returned a full spool for a refund. I had to toss it into the trash after removing it from the reels. I wasted $20 and had a hard time on the water. I wouldn't use this brand. I went to Berkeley and EagleClaw and have had no issues since. Good luck!
100 percent fluorocarbon. It is invisible underwater to fish. For increased sensitivity, there is a low stretch. A 6 pound test, clear, 200 yards.
👤Spiderwire makes some of the best fishing lines. You need to understand the issues with this line. It is great because it has very little line memory. It is easy to manage. The lower weight 4 & 6lb seems to be prone to snaping quite easy, the pros come with some major cons. It gets easily damaged. If you're looking for a line that will last, this is it.
👤This fluorocarbon line needs to be changed out often because it is very easy to break from regular use. When tying knots or cinching down, extra care and lubrication is needed. If you can prevent the line from unraveling, performance can be acceptable. I won't be buying more of this line. Pure Garbage is a product I don't like.
👤I have used the same reel with the same EZ Fluoro in many tests. The Spiderwire Fuoro is very affordable and it doesn't "delaminate" like other fuoros. I hope you know what I'm talking about. I've never had a break that I didn't know was coming. I fish with the 2 and 4 and smallmouth with 6 and 10, and am careful with my line. I use quality reels. I've only broken off once when I pull too hard. The line will show wear at times, but only after a lot of fish. I re-tie. I'm an amateur fisherman. I might not be using this in a completely appropriate way all the time, for example how some people consider how fluoro sinks. I use a baitcaster for most cranks and spinnerbaits. It was very stiff with lots of memory. I ended up putting on 10lb, which was much better. I use the 15 as a leader on my heavy braid rod. Tie it to the braid with a uni to uni knot.
👤This line was bought for Oama. This line is very transparent and hard to see, and we used it this past Oama season. Other people were barely catching any of the Oamas they caught. My wife caught more people than the other people. If you know how to catch Oama fish, you can do it. It is recommended for Oama fishing.
👤I used my tried and true spinning reel as my first attempt to switch from braid to fluorocarbon. The line memory was worse than I anticipated. I might just leave it for leaders. The first cast was okay. Birds nest city. After that, I got a bit more reliable for about 50 casts. A giant birds nest was cast out after throwing out a Senko. The line was cut off. I may switch back to braid, and leave the fluorocarbon for leader duty, because I'm not impressed.
👤It's not the cheapest or most expensive, but when we're spending money I expect it to hold and not snap compared to my other lines. It will break off when I'm testing my lines. It is too fragile. I dipped it in the water before I got to it. I lost a few fish because of the breaks, but it was a joke within my family that our lines never break until we start using this line.
Fluorocarbon is easy to cast. The best formula to disappear. 100% Fluorocarbon is the same as water and remains clear underwater. Direct profile from rod tip to lure is more sensitive under water. Fluorocarbon maintains strength and resistance underwater.
👤When I opened the package, I ran my fingers up and down the line, doing my usual thing. The entire spool is damaged. It seems as if the line was rubbing on something. I thought maybe it was just part of it. I lined my pole up. I cut the line and it got worse. See the photo. I was not impressed with what I received.
👤I usually only use Berkeley line, but I bought a 6lb spool and it snapped when I tried to tie it to the reel. I ran off the line and tried again. I use a reel to reel in 50-60 yards. The first day out kayak fishing, the line wanted to jump off the reel, which resulted in knots on the reel. Look at pictures. At the end of the day, I had to pull off so much line that I had to knit up the rest in my pocket. I thought I had a bad day. I went to another store and bought a new reel thinking I was unlucky, but I found out that I had the same problems with the new reel. I don't recommend this product and wish I could return it. I have been using the Berkeley Trilene for a long time. The $30 learning experience was bad.
👤I only use this Vanish for leader line. It's great as a leader line. There is a The oldest mono I have laying around is the bottom layer. This is just for a stunt so you don't spend a lot of money on something that won't touch the water. Berkly Fireline is my preferred "braid". The mono backer line is tied to the Fireline. I usually add between three and six feet of this Vanish. I tie on another 3-6' section of Vanish leader line after changing my lures and lengths of leader. I can get between four and 10 lure changes. I haven't gotten to the benefit of the Vanish being nearly invisible in the water because of this. I like it. It gets my recommendation.
👤I just got this line and it broke at the knot when I did the no knot test, but I wish it was better because I would have used it more. Some of the knots that I did put a lot of stress on the line, so it snapped at 18 lbs., so if you complain about the line snapping at 10 lbs, try different knots.
👤The key to landing more fish is a high quality line. I use it on all my reels. I add 3-4 feet of 2lb vanish as a leader on my trout spinning rigs because trout can be picky. I have found that presenting your offering to the fish is more important than what you throw for a lure. I will catch 4-5 trout with a friend who is not using Vanish or other quality flourcarbon line. vanish can only be used with other types of line. They can't see traditional mono and hybrid lines with fluorocarbon line, so they move on. Try it. Live bait for fish? Live bait and vanish is a deadly weapon against larger fish when the water is clear. Try it and be impressed. My personal best trout was a fat 22" Brown trout that I measured and photographed. Highly recommend this line.
Even when wet, the knot and shock strength is excellent. A 100% fluorocarbon that is strong. Excellent knot and shock strength. It is virtually invisible for more strikes. Greater density makes it easier for lures to run deeper.
👤I have tried other brands. Stren to wear and strength were found to be a preference. I would recommend this line for lighter weight. I found it difficult to control bait caster and recommend the use of swivels to eliminate line twist. I use Power Pro or Berkeley braided 30# or higher for heavier applications. It is not recommended for top water to use this lines. Mono is less apt to sink and Berkeley Fusion is more apt for top water. Berkeley Fusion is thinner than either of them and will shorten your cast due to the nature of the product. Some memory with fluorocarbon, but not much else. Rick wants to catch more fish.
👤I've used flouro for years, that or braid, and on rare occasions, I've used a flouro leader. I've tried a few other brands, but my favorite is Berkeley Vanish. I cleaned my rods and reels for the winter. I striped off the old line and found it cheaper than Seaguaar/Berkeley. I bought it with the intention of replacing it later in the year, but the line seemed supple for 6lb, which was a surprise to me. This line felt so soft, I didn't think it was 6 pounds. It reminded me of the weight I use on my combo. Even though it's two pounds lighter than what I normally use, it feels a lot thinner than it should be, and it's not as strong as I'd like it to be. I'm pretty impressed with this brand, it's my first time using it.
👤I use Yozuri and Vanish as leaders and mainline on baitcasters. I tested it at 15lb. I use a Stren for spinning reels for trout, but this Floro doesn't cut it. I took up some slack that was not noticed before and was able to cast a crankbait several times with no problems. Revised from 1 to 3 stars.
👤I set the hook on the fish that broke the line. The line was broken by hand. I could easily break the test with my hands, even though I was not close to cutting them. I assume the spool was old and not properly stored. It doesn't matter if it's in the trash or not. I will not be buying stren fluorocarbon again.
👤It's just good flouro, it's great value, smaller sizes come on smaller spools, and I like it. I like Diameter, it has a little stretch but not like mono, but I have to crank my knots or I will get slippage, so I do that anyways. I am not worried about it. Good stuff.
👤It's not sure how this would work as a mainline, but cheap flourcarbons make excellent leader line and this is no exception. I have to have any unexpected breaks. It seems to fair well over rocks and pickerel. You should be straight if you check your line every once in a while.
👤I did the 8lb test and did the job. I tie my braided line with a double unity. Don't forget to wet the Fluorocarbon line before cinching it down. A nice clear line in 8lb test will give a nice presentation to shy fish.
The country of Orgin is the United States. The package is 6.858 cm long. The package width is 7.366 cm. The package height is 7.366 cm.
👤I get a lot of gnashing of teeth. I used a red label before and it seems to be better at not breaking or ripping than the yellow one I bought here. It does cast longer and smoother than the red label claims. I have to pull out 7 feet of line so it won't rip on the new knot I tie onto my lure. I think it is a bad batches. Who knows the brand? I was really excited for this line, but I am a bit disappointed.
👤This line is top quality. The pound test rating has low visibility and a small diameter. A bit pricey. You get what you pay for. Soft, limp, and easy to cast.
👤It's been difficult to get the line I normally use, but I'm very pleased with it. It is very easy to cast.
👤I have been using this line for a long time. Excellent abrasive resistance and no broken knots. This is great for baitcasters.
👤Great line. I have been using this for my Texas rig setup, chatter bait, and paddle tail swimbait, and haven't had any issues. Awesome!
👤Real things. It was as strong as my last one. InviziX is good.
👤Line arrived in a broken container that was retaped and it broke with ease.
👤The producto, por mucho la linea, he usado.
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