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while I've only used the Invisx for a few outings, and in the 6 lb test..I really like it. I want to spool my BC, and after a recomend, and some research..I'm going with the AbrasX instead, it's stronger, more abrassion resistant, and softer than the Invisx..if you can believe that.. :) There's a chart on the Seaguar site, that gives a discription of all their lines, I made my choice in part because of that.

Unless you want to use the Sunline, pretty spendy line, at about 40.00 for 160 yds..  :)

what brand and # flouro would be the best for pitcvhing soft plastics. local tackle store sold me on the seagaur invisx 15#

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while I've only used the Invisx for a few outings, and in the 6 lb test..I really like it. I want to spool my BC, and after a recomend, and some research..I'm going with the AbrasX instead, it's stronger, more abrassion resistant, and softer than the Invisx..if you can believe that.. :) There's a chart on the Seaguar site, that gives a discription of all their lines, I made my choice in part because of that.

Unless you want to use the Sunline, pretty spendy line, at about 40.00 for 160 yds.. :)

what brand and # flouro would be the best for pitcvhing soft plastics. local tackle store sold me on the seagaur invisx 15#

I appreciate the response.  I didn't see any of the abrasx.

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what brand and # flouro would be the best for pitcvhing soft plastics. local tackle store sold me on the seagaur invisx 15#

I use Invizx on all my reels. I use 15lb and 20lb on my baitcasters and 10 lb on my spinning. For pitching and flipping plasics I use the 20lb. works gret. I'll use the 15 for my regular plastics rod.

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Spinning:

InvizX #8, .009 diameter, comparable to #4

in other lines.

Baitcaster:

AbrazX #12

I have been testing these two lines since last

fall on a couple of rigs. Very impressed. I like

everything except the cost!

8-)

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InvizX has always felt like mono to me, and the stretch is probably one of the reasons that it's more manageable. I have been using the 20 and 25lb InvizX and the higher lb tests seem to reduce the stretch, but I still remember fishing 12-15lb and feeling like it was as stretchy as Trilene XL.

  I like Trilene 100% and P-Line Fluorocarbon the best, and I've used just about every line out there including Sunline Shooter and Toray. Not worth the money IMO.

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fished all day with the invisx yesterday and I'm impressed.  I now know what Ive been missing out on with flouro.  I never would've thought that there would be this much of a noticeable difference in sensitivity between flouro and mono.  this stuff is stiffer than mono but still very very manageable.   would like to try it in the 20# for jigs

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