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 with superior sensitivity and is abrasion resistant. Seaguar InvizX Fluorocarbon fishing line 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
Mike's line recommendation
I've been using invisex for the past 20 yrs and it's outstanding very soft which means excellent casting distance excellent abrasion resistance, best flouro I've ever used and I've tried just about all of them . Try it out guys you won't be disappointed and it's also very strong . God bless you and your families your pal fisherman Mike.
You have to try it!
by Old fisherman
86 years old, and fished for 80 of them. Best fluorocarbon line to date.
Works well for leader to braid for spinning reels.
Bought it because it was on sale and because it works well as leader for my spinning reels.
by Gotta fish
All seagaur products are top quality
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.