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Cabelas X50 Flouro?..what Is It.

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Is it invisix..abrazx...red label...or something else all together?

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It's neither. It's an entirely different material than Seaguar's own proprietary materials. Cabela's specs their line to what they want, Seaguar extrudes it. Seaguar isn't making a line and putting a Cabela's label on it. They're making an OEM line for Cabela's as an OEM manufacturer.

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http://www.cabelas.com/fluorocarbon-x50-fluorocarbon.shtml

I don't see anything about it being an oem line for cabelas. What I do see is it being an cabelas exclusive. It is labeled as seaguar. The other flouro that they carry I would believe u but not this one. Now it may be an entirely different formula than invisix, abrazx, or red label but that's what I wanted to know. How is it different?or is it the same in different packaging?

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http://www.cabelas.c...orocarbon.shtml

I don't see anything about it being an oem line for cabelas. What I do see is it being an cabelas exclusive. It is labeled as seaguar. The other flouro that they carry I would believe u but not this one. Now it may be an entirely different formula than invisix, abrazx, or red label but that's what I wanted to know. How is it different?or is it the same in different packaging?

It's an OEM line made to Cabela's specifications by Seaguar. As I stated it's entirely different than Seaguar's own lines. That's what you asked in your original post. You didn't ask HOW it differed.

It differs by having much lower abrasion resistance, and higher knot strength than even Invizx. It's more supple and has more stretch. It's based, albeit in a totally different manner, on the theory behind Tatsu and having a dual extrusion. This isn't turly a dual extrusion, it's a coated extrusion, much like a copoly line.

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It's an OEM line made to Cabela's specifications by Seaguar. As I stated it's entirely different than Seaguar's own lines. That's what you asked in your original post. You didn't ask HOW it differed.

It differs by having much lower abrasion resistance, and higher knot strength than even Invizx. It's more supple and has more stretch. It's based, albeit in a totally different manner, on the theory behind Tatsu and having a dual extrusion. This isn't turly a dual extrusion, it's a coated extrusion, much like a copoly line.

Thanks...my mistake I should have been clear. I wanted to know if was different how. And u answered what I wanted to know. And if it's more stretchy than invizx I will stay away. That stuff is REALLY stretchy and I couldn't imagine fishing with a stretchy line.

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