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they just started selling it in my local shop. Seems like a great bargain but most of the reviews Ive seen said its better for treble hook applications than worm/ jigs. I'm wondering why its not considered as good for texas rigs and jigs. I currently use Pline fluoroclear and havent had any issues. Thoughts?

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yikes no replies, I guess Ill have to steer clear. 

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Yes. It’s great line for cranks and jerkbaits. It has a lot more stretch than regular fluro...hence the avoidance for jigs and Texas rigs. 

 

I have it on my spinnerbait, squarebill, deep crank rods. 

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Never heard of the stuff. Just looked it up and saw that it's not 100% fluoro, so it's out for me. Saw several people compare it to YZH, so maybe that's the niche. Can't be any worse than fluoroclear :P 

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2 hours ago, Team9nine said:

Never heard of the stuff. Just looked it up and saw that it's not 100% fluoro, so it's out for me. Saw several people compare it to YZH, so maybe that's the niche. Can't be any worse than fluoroclear :P 

I know I had a reel spooled with invizx but when I get a new reel my budget for line goes down haha its a hard knock life I suppose

2 hours ago, UKCATSBASSER said:

Yes. It’s great line for cranks and jerkbaits. It has a lot more stretch than regular fluro...hence the avoidance for jigs and Texas rigs. 

 

I have it on my spinnerbait, squarebill, deep crank rods. 

Thanks for the info, the stretch is what i want to avoid, Ill find a different fluoro

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Found the following description on an eBay vendor selling this line:

 

" ... K9 owner Kelly Albert designed K9 fluorocarbon fishing line out of frustration.  The best lines cost too much and the lower cost lines performed poorly.  He sought out line experts and worked on creating his own fishing line.  When it was ready, he put it in the hands of local fisherman and pros for testing and review.  The results were positive, so he put the line to market.

 

K9 is not 100% fluorocarbon.  It has nano particles added to the line that help reduce spool memory on your reel and lends to increased ease in casting.  Abrasion resistance, low stretch and sensitivity are all still there in this line ..."

 

Some more description on their website: http://k9fishing.com/index.php/product/k9-fluoro-fishing-line/

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I tried it and was not impressed at all. It was the weakest line I’ve ever used. Tried 12 15 and 20. Only line I’ve ever bought and refused to use for anything 

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Good stuff. I've using the Hi Vis 12lb. Dragging football heads and a ol Monster on Table Rock the last couple weeks. 

Stretches some  but no more than Invisx.  Ties a great knot and casts great. Handles better than shooter . 

Also have the Hi Vis 6lb. On one of my ned rods. Great on any bait they are likely to grab on the fall.

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