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Seaguar Invisx or Yo zuri H2o?

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Hey guys, any input on these 2? I need 8# floro for my Ci4 and my local tackle shop sells these 2.

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get the invizx, it works magical for spinning reels.  Casts great, has good abrasion resistance, and isn't as stiff as most flourocarbon lines.

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Invisx all day!

I was a  dedicated Yo-zuri Hybrid fan for the last 4 years, but no more. I'm so impressed with the strength, castability, low memory of Seaguar.

The Hybrid was stiff, even with the Line and Lure Conditioner and had too  much memory.

I'm all in for flouro.

hookset on 3 8-)

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Another vote for the Invizx, a lil pricey but well worth it imo.

I agree!!

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Just stay away from the rocks..Even the abrasx isn't that abrassion resistant, compared to yozuri ultrasoft.. ;)

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InvizX.

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As some guys know, I'm a HUGE fan of

both original Hybrid and Hybrid Ultra Soft.

However, I have a couple of spinning reels

spooled up with #8 Inviz X and a baitcaster

rigged with #12 Abraz X. I don't like the price,

but I have been very impressed with the

line!

8-)

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Another vote for Invisx. Can't comment about the other line since I have not used it.

Just stay away from the rocks..Even the abrasx isn't that abrassion resistant, compared to yozuri ultrasoft.. ;)

What applications? Just curious, but because I use 6# invizx drop shotting rip rap and in the time I've used it, I have never ever lost a fish from abrasion. Granted, drop shotting keeps the line out of the rocks, so that might be the key.

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