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Floroclear Vs Seaguar Vs Yo Zuri Hybrid

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if anyone has used all 3, what would be the smallest diameter, and cast the best. I know there are probaly pros and cons of each, i would like to use 15 pound floroclear pline, i used some seaguar that came with a reel i got, but i got a backlash and the line got warped, or something, as i am new to florocarbon i dont know what i did, but i dont want to waste a whole spool of line , as it is expensive stuff. Is this a problem with seaguar only, or do all florocarbons do it, the line wasnt smooth, it has bad creases in it, like it got mangled, it was casting fine before the backlash,,, sorry to be such a noob. any advice would help alot. thank you in advance

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YoZuri Hybrid will manage the best out of your 3 choices. Im not sure what you plan on doing with this line, but if you are just looking for a managable line, then look at mono or braid. Braid has no memory whatsoever and a good mono (Suffix Seige) has very little.

If you choose one of the 3 you mentioned, make sure you get Line and Lure and spray them all down. This will help drastically!

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After trying most of Seagur's lines, I went back to Yozuri. Make sure you get the hybrid Ultrasoft, and yes it works great on baitcasting reels, as well as spining reels. ;)

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I used to use P-Line on most of my reels, but recently (as the last season or so) switched to Seaguar's Invizx. I really like the line and it has a thinner diameter. But as ***atic mentioned Line and Lure spray is key, I use KVD's and I think it's $9 a bottle. But I wouldn't call it the easiest of lines to manage.

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I've been using the YoZuri Hyb 8 lb for the last couple months on my Revo STX for throwing creatures and Senkos and really like it. I've been using the KVD conditioner since day one and don't know if its helping,but I haven't had any line issues. At times I've also been using a Seagar flouro leader which I'm liking so far too. I'm probably going to downsize my leader to 6 lb and see what happens.

Brian

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Brian, according to the Yozuri rep, the line conditioners will not penetrate the line. I used kvd on yozuri in the past, but once my supply ran out, I stopped using it, I didn't notice much difference.

Re: the Invisx, and Abrasx, the yozuri has a much better breaking, and abrasion resistance.. ;)

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sounds like i should buy all three, now the next problem is braid for summer froggin. i see a maxed out credit card in my future.

65 lb Power Pro from your local wal-mart will do ya and only cost you about $12.

However if you want a much smoother line for a reasonable price look at Sufix 832 Performance braid. It's silk compared to Power Pro.

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BDT has 125 yard spools of Sunline FX2 Braid for $16.99

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65 lb Power Pro from your local wal-mart will do ya and only cost you about $12.

However if you want a much smoother line for a reasonable price look at Sufix 832 Performance braid. It's silk compared to Power Pro.

Really? PowerPro would do me? Pretty sure that would hurt, it might even cut.

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Really? PowerPro would do me? Pretty sure that would hurt, it might even cut.

832 also sinks ,I wouldn't want that for topwater frog.

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