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I like Cabela's no vis and Seagur Invisx. Also just do a search we have covered the topic ALLOT!! BTW Welcome to BR!!

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I use Gamma or Trilene 100%....

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Trilene or Stren 100% (They are the same thing, made in the same factory) or XPS Flouro for leader, I found its stronger and more abrasion resistant, but less manageable.

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I'm not a fluorocarbon fan at all but have been interested in giving it another chance.  I gave up on it after using Berkley Vanish, have a friend that swears by it but I just don't see it.  I usually use a co-polymer which suits me just fine.  I have been thinking about giving Sunline or Seaguar a try.

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Seems the general masses use Trilene 100%.  I've only tried one kind, Vanish Transitions.  I like it, never had the problems I've heard others talk about.  Might start to notice some though after I try a few other kinds.

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Seaguar Invizx

Cabela's No Viz

Cajun Flouro - Pleasantly surpised it performed superbly, but I can get the upper two for less.

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Seems the general masses use Trilene 100%. I've only tried one kind, Vanish Transitions. I like it, never had the problems I've heard others talk about. Might start to notice some though after I try a few other kinds.

I used to really like Vanish until I tried other lines.  My main complaint is that it handles so badly.  I didn't even realize it until I switched to P-Line.

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I only use it for leaders, so its Vanish for me.

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I use BPS floro for my baitcasters, a little stiff but strong & dependable and like the price. I use either Gamma or Trilene 100% on spinning reels, I found these lines to be more manageable than BPS which is important when using a spinning reel.

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Seaguar Red Label or BPS XPS.

Really, Red Label is just as good as the BPS and its cheaper! :D

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i bought trilene 100 % in 6# test and couldn't believe how thick the line was . i only have spinning out fits and fish ultra clear water so i bought it because of the clarity ,i liked the sensitivity  but because the water is so clear i am always paranoid with the fish being spooky and try to cast as far as i can ,the floourcarbon  stiffness seemed to cut my casting distance down so i replaced it mccoys mean green.

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I only use it for leaders, so its Vanish for me.

I used to use Vanish for my leaders but it wouldn't hold knot strength for squat.  Quickly learned from others how crappy Vanish is.  Once I switched the problems went away.

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