Seaguar Blue Label Fluorocarbon Leader Material

$9.99 - $79.99
Item No.: F10045
$9.99 - $79.99

Product Details

Seaguar Blue Label Fluorocarbon Leader Material offers 34% better knot strength than leading competitor fluorocarbons. Developed with Seaguar's exclusive, proprietary double structure technology, Blue Label Fluorocarbon Leader Material is one of the best on the market. This leader materials advanced strength allows use of smaller pound test versus other fluorocarbons for more effective presentation. Blue Label Fluorocarbon Leader Material also features incredible impact strength, knot strength, and abrasion resistance.

Ideal for any leader application, fresh or salt water, Seaguar Blue Label Fluorocarbon Leader Material is a great choice. As with all 100% Fluorocarbon products, Blue Label Fluorocarbon Leader Material is much less visible underwater than monofilament line and virtually invisible to fish. Blue Label is also UV resistant, chemical resistant, non-absorbant, high density, and impervious to cold conditions. This line features 100% Seaguar resins and is produced using a proprietary extrusion process.

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3/24/2008 12:00:00 am


by Gart -

We were out in the Winter King Derby here in Homer yesterday. This is the first time I've used flourocarbon leader for trolling. We didn't place in the derby, but we did land a nice 19pounder. There were over 700 anglers out there, and about 90 fish caught. Could be that our choice of leader made the difference for us, or maybe it was just luck -- who knows! I'll stick with this leader.

5/15/2010 12:00:00 am

Great product Great price

by Capt. Lou -

Great Job guys!

3/22/2010 12:00:00 am

Great leader, great price

by scgibby11 -

I like the price compared to some flouro leaders

6/23/2011 12:00:00 am

Great Leader

by Grasshopper -

I use this leader strictly for trolling for walleyes and it is unbeatable.

3/11/2009 12:00:00 am

not recommended for spinning reels

by Triton

All florocarbon lines cut into bails on all spinning reels I have owned, and that's a lot... until the industry fixes the problem don't use florcarbon lines on them, or your just going to buy new reels or parts