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    Default High Visibility Fluorocarbon Line

    Anyone know of any hi-viz fluorocarbon out that in the 2-3lb test range?

    I have know of the Seaguar R18 Yellow Hunter, but been unsuccessful so far in finding it for sale on a seemingly legitimate site, everywhere else is out of stock.

    Haven't found anything else out there thats not clear or lo-viz green in color.

    Don't care much if its yellow, green, orange etc...just that its easy to see.

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    Here you go. DIGITAKA! - Japan Fishing Tackle Store



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    Hi viz fluorocarbon will negate the purpose of using fluorocarbon wouldn't it? I use fluorocarbon so it disappears.


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    Most fluorocarbon is also lower stretch, but still some stretch, more abrasion resistant, lower diameter for strength, and over all more sensitive.

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    For some reason, you can not find the gold, orange or yellow in the fluro's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yodie View Post
    Most fluorocarbon is also lower stretch, but still some stretch, more abrasion resistant, lower diameter for strength, and over all more sensitive.

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    Most still use FC for a leader vs mono....in spite of the info in the video. FC has a specific gravity of 1.7 I believe it is. So if one is fishing micro jigs deep it really aids in getting the jig down and keeping it down....in other words FC line sinks. The line I provided the link to is unique in that it has 5 colors. One of the colors is clear. You tie to the clear section and yet you can still be a line watcher for the line above the water. Pretty darn good concept if you ask me.


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    Don’t now and never have used it so I have no comment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alphahawk View Post
    Here you go. DIGITAKA! - Japan Fishing Tackle Store



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    Some how, in all my searching on digitaka this line has slipped past me.

    2 spools of the 3lb on the way to try. The multi-color pattern on it is intriguing.




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    I found it on AMAZON too

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