Stren 100% Fluorocarbon, The Dependable Fluorocarbon, gives you the extreme confidence you need with maximum abrasion resistance and excellent impact/knot strength for hard hook sets. Stren 100% Fluorocarbon has exceptional clarity assisting in more strikes and has outstanding sensitivity to feel each hit.
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Comments: This line is awesome. I tie a polamer knot and it works great. I carolina rig with the 20lb and throw night time spinnerbaits with the 15lb. I hung a carolina rig up the other night and had to tie the line to a cleat on my boat and then turn the trolling motor on high to get it to break. My leader broke (15lb) and i got to keep my tungsten weight. This line really shows up well under a blacklight. If your not wetting your knots theyre gonna fail.....period....no matter whose line you use
From: Justin: TN 7/14/14
Comments: I've heard nothing but bad reviews from locals about this line. I get on TW and read the same thing. I started using this line early last year. I normally change line every 2-3 months. Now almost a year later the line is just showing signs of aging on one of my reels that still has the original spool on it. The line is a little stiff, but I don't mind that for worm and jig fishing. It seems to be fairly abrasion resistant, just as much as other lines I have used. I actually find myself checking my line less often. The one thing I have noticed is that the line is very particular in regards to how and which knot you tie. It seems if there is any significant amount of friction when cinching the knot down, it puts a weak spot at the knot. This very well may be why everyone is breaking off. I suggest a lot of saliva and cinching down slowly. I will gladly deal with these issues to have a fluorescent line with a significantly less amount of stretch, paired with a lot more sensitivity than any mono or co-polymer I have fished. I actually have more confidence in this line than anything else, I'm on my 4th or 5th spool now.
From: Patrick: Lake Cumberland, KY 4/23/14
Comments: how can 87414some of you sit there and type a post stating that the line broke at the knot, and then blame the line for it,,,, if it breaks at the knot ITS YOUR FAULT not the line's. get a clue people.
Comments: I fish Fluoro alot, so I thought I would buy some of this for a jig, etc. at night. After several trips of breaking off fish after fish on hooksets on the 15lb. I threw it away. No abrasion resistance in my opinion. Maybe I got a bad spool.
From: Scott: TN
Comments: dont pool like a fool. Check your knots, look for frays and always use a line conditioner. This is florocarbon care day 1 stuff, people. This line is legit.
From: Meatwad: fishin this line for a year
Comments: This line is great for night fishing under a black light.
From: Mike: Cincinnati, Ohio
Comments: This line is great. If your knot broke the line its your knot. dont use polamar knot with fluoro. use double uni or san diego jam
From: Keith: Indianapolis, IN
Comments: ok worst line ever and i blame this line for the loss of my largest bass yet i lost a good 7 to 8 pounder on 8lb test drag set loose nothing wrong on my end the knot broke i almost cried i had him in and was reaching to get him oout of the water. does not cast well just awful never will stren get a penny from me thanks stren
From: Jake: PA
Comments: Wow...TW has this line, cool! Got a free spool of 12 from Stren and loved it. Got 4-6 trips out of it easily. Im gonna buy more. This stuff is hard to find...at least for me
Comments: Excellent line! Not sure if it's the same exact thing as Berkley 100% but sure performs like it. Holds knots great, very strong and fairly supple as far as fluorocarbon lines go.
From: Brian: Syracuse, NY
Comments: great line casts really good and has strong knots for a fluoro line
From: Sawyer: Long Beach, MS
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