Seaguar Fluoro Premier 50 Yards Fluorocarbon Leader
|Fishing Line Type||Fluorocarbon|
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- Crafted From The Highest Quality Material
- Perfect For Outdoor And Even Indoor Use
- Made In Japan
- Material Name:Synthetic
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Seaguar 20FP50 Fluorocarbon Premier Leader Material, 20-Pound, 50-Yards
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 4.9 x 4.3 x 1 inches; 2.4 Ounces
- Item model number : 20 FP 50
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : August 31, 2012
- Manufacturer : Seaguar
- ASIN : B0094FNTPU
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#22,328 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #23 in Fluorocarbon Fishing Line
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1. It is virtually invisible in water. This is due to it having the same refractive index as water (light passes through it in the same way that it would pass through water). Pretty cool.
2. It is dense. This works well as a leader because it will sink with your bait while your braid is free to float.
3. It is much tougher than mono. All fluoro companies tout their amazing "Abrasion Resistance". It is true.
4. It is stiff, thus keeping your line straight - can you ask more of a leader?
5. It is not elastic. This stuff doesn't stretch or flex like mono does. This is yet another quality that makes it supreme for leader material. Amazing feel and hook sets.
Stuff you need to know:
This stuff, like I said, is stiff. You have to tie good knots. I usually tie a double uni knot to my braided line and a loop knot to whatever I am throwing. This combo has simply worked best for me.
Oh yea, my leader length... it all depends on water conditions and blah blah blah... but I normally tie on around a 4 foot section as I don't like to reel my knot (braid/fluoro) through the tip of my rod. This is not exact science as I have caught fish with as small as a foot or two. It is all personal preference. I just replace the leader when it looks frayed/damaged/cracked due to wear and tear.
I fish the backwaters in Naples, FL and usually pair 25-30 lb fluoro with 15 lb PowerPro braid. I usually target Redfish, Tarpon, Snook, Seatrout and Mangrove Snapper to name a few. This stuff works for them all. This is the only fluoro I use. It holds up well against anything that I throw at it.
Edit: Below is a pic of the first fish caught on this new spool of line. Happy fishing!