Seaguar InvizX Fluorocarbon Line
Seaguar InvizX Fluorocarbon Line is soft, supple, and castable. InvizX is designed to be used as a mainline for freshwater fishing applications. Like all Seaguar fluorocarbon lines, InvizX is virtually invisible under water, provides great hook setting and knot strength, and is smooth casting on both spinning and casting reels.
- Made from exclusive 100% Seaguar resins
- Excels in clear water situations
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Ratings & Reviews
Best fluorocarbon line for steelhead...........period.
by iuec local 6 -
I have tried them all. None compare to Seaguar inviz-x line. I wind about 120 yards on top of my spool each steelhead season. It is the strongest, most flexible fluoro I have ever used. I will not use any other.
by T ZZZZ -
Best line I have used in 50 years of fishing. First used Seaguar in saltwater with great results. Started off with the using it as leader material. Now I use it for my main line also. Great stuff it won't disappoint.
by pikepredator2 -
seaguar is the only fluorocarbon line i use anymore. never a problem even in frigid waters.
best of the best
by keith webster -
used it strickly for steelhead and browns in upstate ny burt dam oak orchard never had any problems with this line what so ever ive caught 20-25 pound kings on 6lb test without breaking took awhile but why not price is the lowest on fish usa then anywhere keep up the great work fish usa keep up the great customer service
Great for Steelhead
by dhunter -
Great product for Steelhead - used 10lb for leader and 8lb for tippet... extremely strong and great price for the product
by got steelie -
good fc but not the best, going to try something new
EXCELLENT FISHING LINE!!!!
by Mr. C -
I finally purchased this line for river/lake trout fishing because i finally had enough of the berkley trilene fluorocarbon line. This line is like casting a line of silk but very durable to be so light!. Also i have found that using this line i can casts (so much farther than i would like sometimes lol) with very little effort. I have caught plenty of hefty trout, bass, and suckers with this 4lb test line with no issues at all. A couple of the trout were nearly 8lbs!!!. So i strongly recommend this line for freshwater fishing.
Good bulk leader spool
by JDTS -
Use the 6# for float fishing leaders. Plenty good enough and comes in 200 ft. spool.
best line out there
by tomrw -
best line I ever used
by Sabotage -
Seaguar Fluorocarbon rocks. I increased my hit ratio and the line performed exceptionally. I tried Fluoro a couple of months ago and was turned off by the brittle nature of the product. However, once learning how to properly tie knots specific to Fluoro and using the Seaguar brand, i will fish with no other leader material. 1) When tightening knots, it is of paramount importance to KEEP THE LINE WET! I'm not talking about using saliva or holding the line in your mouth as you pull on the knot, (you can actually feel the knot heating up in your mouth.) I mean actually submersing the knot/line while you pull. I have a bowl of water on my table that I immerse the entire knot in while tightening the knot. On the river, that is less of an enjoyable experience as the water temperature is usually 38F or less. In those instances, I lubricate the knot with a viscous gel/attractant and that works well too. Highly recommended.
The best fluorocarbon line made
by BIG DAWG 7426 -
My only concern is that it frayed a little, I`ve caught alot more fish since I started using InvizX fluorocarbon fishing line.
by trouter -
I am using this product for trout fishing ,cast great.
Very Good Line
by Puck -
Use for saltwater lure light fishing
best line I've ever used
by MLW -
I use the 8 and 6 pound and it just performs just like they advertise,
Love the sucess i have using Invizx line
by BIG DAWG 7426 -
MAKE SURE TO WET YOUR LINE WHILE TYING KNOTS IN ORDER TO AVOID A WEAK KNOT FROM FRICTION
This is easy to use and is casts great
Go to line for crawler harnesses.
by Wally-eye -
This line is the easiest I have ever used for tying crawler harnesses. And I started back in the 60's, when we did not have all the choices we do today. Try this line. you will be surprised.
A fine line !
by chopclean 1 -
Have used 4 lb. , 10 foot leader on trolling leadcore works great , also for leader for bait stick works great in fresh water !!! Next is some 15-20 lb. flavors for doing salt water.
BEST FLUOROCARBON LINE ON THE MARKET!!!
by Capt.Angler Reel -
Best fluro. on the market. Tested on all big game species,Salmon, Steelhead,Walleye,Stipers..Great knot strenth,invisible,best low memory. Ive proven this on the Niagara river with light to heavy lines 6,8,10 very abrasive resistint line and the best in cold water ,unlike other fluro lines...Capt.Chris Reel Action Sportfishing and Guide Service,LLC... Tight lines
BEST COLD WATER FLUORO
switched to seaguar with no regrets. great knot strength and line integrity. best cold water fluoro out there. haven't lost any steelies to brittle line or knot slippage since I started using the seaguar.
I like the way it handles.
by danp_052 -
It has good castibility and good knot strenth.
One of the Best
by matorlady -
Have tried several brands of flouracarbon and I like this best. Cast good and seems to strong for the lb cast.
Tuff fresh water line
by Riplips -
Excellent line for stream fishing trout. Good sink to get to the strike zone.
Invizx the best
I have tried most of the popular brands this is by far the best casting floro on the market. I got 6 poles strung with invizx even my baitcaster in 12 pound and it loves it ! You must find a new knot when using floro ! Believe me this is the weakest point . Google best fluorocarbon knot there's a video knot without a name . One more thing since I been using this I been straight lining no need for leader .
I bought this specific brand because it's what I use for fly fishing leaders. I had switched from Orvis tippet material years ago to Seaguar, and I am thankful every time I land a fish with Seaguar. Superb line. When I spin fish I always undersize my line and use a medium/medium-light 6'6" fast action rod, normally with 6lb InvizX (anything from river walleye to smallies, trout, even land locked Atlantics on this setup). Since May of this year, I have landed over 100 smallies on this setup and never lost a fish due to line break. Largest smallie out of that group was 6.15 lbs and the only one I weighed because I had to know its actual size. What sold me on InvizX was a 20+lb Chinook landed (150 ft from me, to where the fish was landed) on 9' light fast action steelhead/salmon rod with 12lb InvizX. Blew my mind that the line did not explode, and that fish almost spooled me twice.