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Seaguar Invizx vs carbon pro, what ths difference??

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I use invizx floro it is great i use it for all my crank baits worms and even as a leader for braid on my shakey head. i have not used carbon pro mostly because i already like invizx that much.  

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One of the guys in my bass club swears by the Carbon Pro.

I may get some and give it a try.

He uses it on his shaky head rigs.  :)

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Both are excellent lines and it will really depend on what application you want to use it for. Here is some info straight from the horse's mouth:

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I have used both and they both good. I use invizx for my drop shotting. I love its limpness and stretchiness, two traits that I want in my fluorocarbon line for drop shotting.

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One of the guys in my bass club swears by the Carbon Pro.

I may get some and give it a try.

He uses it on his shaky head rigs. :)

You wont be disappointed.  I would use the InvisX for shakey head though.

InvisX for finesse/clear/open water situations.  Carbon pro for when you want some abrasion resistance and moderate cover areas.

I use Seaguar almost exclusively with the exception of spinning.

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