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Im going to Bass Pro tommorow to get some new Flurocarbon I use Berkley Vanish Transition now. What do you reccomemd?

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The BPS brand fluorocarbon is very good line, it is what I currently use.  I have also heard good things about the new Berkley Professional Grade Fluorocarbon, but I have not tried any of it yet.

I have also heard lots of good things about  the Lake Fork Hybrid Fluorocarbon.

Later, ;)

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When it comes to managability, Trilene or Stren 100% beat the pants off of XPS flourocarbon.

XPS isn't bad line, but it tends to shear more than any other flourocarbon I've tried.

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Berkley Trilene 100% Fluorocarbon.

Roger

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After trying several different fluoro's I've settled on Seaguar Red Label as the one I like best for now. I haven't tried the XPS yet, but had heard others say good things. My next order from BPS will include a spool of it just so I can try it myself.

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you can't go wrong with BPS flouro , it is made by Seaguar ....

For real??? No brainer then I've got to try the XPS.

If I'm not mistaken, XPS fluorocarbon is manufactured by Toray. There are only a handfull of fluorocarbon manufacturers in Germany and Japan.

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you can't go wrong with BPS flouro , it is made by Seaguar ....

For real??? No brainer then I've got to try the XPS.

If I'm not mistaken, XPS fluorocarbon is manufactured by Toray. There are only a handfull of fluorocarbon manufacturers in Germany and Japan.

while i was attending a seminar at a tackle shop , i was told this by a pro who is actually sponsored by Toray , he said Seaguar makes the XPS flouro for BPS .

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Seaguar invisix is exceptionally managable I have it on spinning and casting rods.Costs a little more but if your using it on spinning its money well spent.

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