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Just got the fireline crystal and all I can say is wow. I haven't been able to test it in the water as far as strength but I put it in our pool and was having trouble seeing the line. I had my doubts but I am impressed.

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Give me spiderwire invisibraid any day. Fireline is flat,the spiderwire is very round,very castable,and doesn't dig into itself. My opinion is based on the fact that I am using spinning reels though

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I never tried the crystal, but I also had problems with fireline digging on a spinning reel. I will have to give the spider wire a go.

Jim

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I never tried the crystal, but I also had problems with fireline digging on a spinning reel. I will have to give the spider wire a go.

Jim

You will fricken love it :)  It will however leave a gaping hole in your wallet :)

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My experience with the Crystal was a bad one! It was about the worse line i ever tried! The main problem, besides digging was strength. It would snap on hook sets sometimes just fishing light grass cover! The new FireLine Braid however is amazing!

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Got me some and it looks white.  Have not checked it out in water to see how much it disappears.  I bought the 10lb test which is like 2 or 4 lb diameter so it should disappear.  Hopefully it is strong.

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Got me some and it looks white. Have not checked it out in water to see how much it disappears. I bought the 10lb test which is like 2 or 4 lb diameter so it should disappear. Hopefully it is strong.

I have some spooled on a BPS Viper reel and it depends on the water you are fishing in regards to how visible it is at least with my experience. In clear water I would see bluegill nipping at the line and following the lure in and it was very visible. Stained or murky water I'm sure its not as visible.

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The best fishing lines are the most visible fishing lines,

because bass follow the line to home-in on the lure ;D

Roger

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