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Seaguar Invizx Vs. Abrazx

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Looking at spooling a MH rod for fishing jigs, cranks, and spinnerbaits.  Just curious what you guys thoughts were on the differences between the two lines.  Obviously the InvizX would be a little more discreet, but I don't think I'll worry too much about spooking a fish when using the baits I mentioned earlier.  I've also read that InvizX has a good bit of stretch as opposed to some other fluorocarbon lines.  Haven't been able to find as much info about the AbrazX but if it's really more abrasion resistant along with being a little stiffer I think it'd be a good line to go to.  

 

Feel free to share any of your thoughts and impressions. Thanks in advance.

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I use the InvizX on every baitcaster with the exception of 2.

 

Flippin & Pitchin - 40lb Braid

Jig rod - Abrazx 20lb

 

The AbrazX is definitely stiffer and as expected more abrasion resistant.  FWIW I would use the InvizX on anything which doesn't require the abrasion (Spinnerbaits, Swim jigs, cranks etc.)  I would use the AbrazX on stuff like jigs, Carolina Rig etc.

 

Hope this helps.

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This year was the first year i started messing around with flurocarbons and by far my favorite was invizX. I have used abrazX once right before the lakes around here froze so i can not speak on how it feels yet but i was very hesitant to buy it due to many reviews saying they had breakage issues. But invizX i liked because it was soft, sensitive, strong, and for most flurocarbons out there it wasnt the most expensive but it wasnt cheap either and worked extremelly well. Since you said you would be using it for cranks, spinnerbaits and jigs I would probablly run 15-17 InvizX.

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The invizx is a little easier to manage. I use the invizx on spinning reels and abrazx on casting reels.

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My only hate for Invisx is how bad it stretches, other then that it's great.

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Invizx is great if you don't mind the stretch. Good for spinning reels. Believe it or not, the red label is great for the price and Seaguar claims it has the least stretch of all 3. They all seem stretchy to me compared to Sunline. Invizx handles like a champ, but I can't use it for bottom contact

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The invizx is a little easier to manage. I use the invizx on spinning reels and abrazx on casting reels.

 

Bingo!

 

 

 

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The invizx is a little easier to manage. I use the invizx on spinning reels and abrazx on casting reels.

Exaclty what I would do............if I used fluoro as main line. I'll also add that Red Label is  a great line for leader material.

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Appreciate the feedback. I'm going to go with the 17 lb. AbrazX since it'll be on a casting reel.  I already have some 12 lb. YoZuri that I can tie on as a leader for my spinning setup.

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I do exactly what Slonezp says...8lb on spinning, either 12 or 20 on baitcasters depending on what baits I am throwing and cover.

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Ive never used AbrazX, how does it.compare stretch wise to invisx?

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Ive never used AbrazX, how does it.compare stretch wise to invisx?

from the one time i used it so far it definetley stretches less and is a lot stiffer than invizx which is understandble knowing how it was ment to be used in situations you would get abrasion

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