Seaguar AbrazX vs. INVIZX

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Seaguar AbrazX vs. INVIZX

Postby bigjosh15 » Tue Dec 14, 2010 7:04 pm

I really like Seaguar's Fluorocarbon, but Im stuck on the Difference between AbrazX and INVIZX, and which one is better. Just looking for your 2 cents.



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Re: Seaguar AbrazX vs. INVIZX

Postby obsessed fisherman » Wed Dec 15, 2010 10:31 am

I've had real good performance from AbrazX. Therefore, never used InvizX. AbrazX does not seem to break as easy as some of the other flourcarbons I've used. May be that I have been getting better at knots and hook sets. I highly recommend AbrazX.

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Re: Seaguar AbrazX vs. INVIZX

Postby Luc Drouin » Wed Dec 15, 2010 11:17 am

Both are good lines. I usually use the InvizX in smaller diameters 6 to 12LB test. If getting into heavy cover fishing 15Lb or more the AbrazX is more stiff which will help out. AbrazX has better "abrasion resistance". The InvizX is a little more sensative and soft which will help on casting. Both are stong and work well. Toss a spool of each on 2 different setups and see what you like.

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Re: Seaguar AbrazX vs. INVIZX

Postby fishing&fords » Fri Dec 17, 2010 8:25 am

I use them both and don't see much of a difference , there both great performers

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Re: Seaguar AbrazX vs. INVIZX

Postby zaldain » Fri Dec 17, 2010 9:02 am

Both great lines!

Abrazx- Awesome for short line flipping and pitching cover and slicing through delta elodea. Love the 25lb test.

Invisx- Very pliable and excellent on spinning reels. Prolly the best all around affordable 100% fluorocarbon you'll find in your local shop. I use this line 80% of the time.

If you want to spend a little extra coin and get the best of both worlds, go with the new TATSU. I call it "Tournament Line", only spooled before game day - Super soft, strong, invisible and lasts longer than comparable fluorocarbons. I'll put this stuff against any other line manufactured over seas!

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Good luck!

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