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I am going to try this Fluorocarbon line for Texas rigged plastic & leaders on Carolina rigs.  Anyone that is using or has used would please let me know what you think of it I would appreciate it. Thank You :)

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I use inviz-x for a few months now.  It may just be me but it seems to be a bit brittle at the knot.

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InvizX is the only fluorocarbon I use. What made me a believer was one of the best days of fishing I had last summer, me and a buddy were flipping some nasty thick grass mats and I was using 15lb InvizX. I caught a 6lber, a 4.5lber, and several others over 2lbs. Never once did I have to retie, there was never a sign of abrasion or anything anywhere on the line.

Not to mention it is one of the best handling fluoro's I've used, granted it gets kinda stiff when you get up into the heavier strengths (17-25lb) but that's the truth with all fluorocarbon lines no matter what the brand is.

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InvizX is ok. I don't think its worth the really high price to be honest. Lets put it this way, I won't be paying $17 per spool on all of my spools this spring. ::)

How are you going to choose the lb test that you use now that Seaguar has decreased the diameter of InvisX on the 2008 spools? For example, 15lb (.330mm) now has the same diameter of the older 12lb (.330mm).

InvisX has always been a slightly smaller diameter than equivalent monofilament, no?

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