Toray Bawo Finesse Fluorocarbon 109yds - $34.99
Toray, the number one selling and most technologically advanced manufacturer of fishing line in Japan, is now available direct in the United States. These lines are engineered to meet the strict scrutiny of Toray's expert technicians, and have undergone rigorous field testing by the Toray pro staff.
The Toray BAWO Superhard Super Finesse 100% Fluorocarbon Line is nearly transparent in the water. Super Finesse offers exceptional strength for its diameter, while still offering remarkable sensitivity. This line is designed to be the go-to line for tournament finesse situations.
Comments: Ok I fish a lot of japanese lines, order most of mine on line. The Toray has is solid line breaks consistent. Its diameter is bigger than some of the Japanese fluoro. What kills me is that they still sell this stuff for 35.00 dollars a spool. Way too expensive. I did my own wear test and break test and there was nothing special. I compared it to other lines and dude I can get bass pro shop fluoro that broke just as good and cost a whole lot less. No difference in wear, putting on the spool, breakage. If fact I found other fluoros that wear better on breakage, and wear and similar on casting.
From: Mike: CA
Comments: Best fluoro for dropshot period. You want the best well here it is!
Comments: The name says it all Super Finesse. If you like to fish super light this line is a must try. The line allows the small bait to float in the strike zone longer than any other line. The slightest twitch makes the bait move in a effortless motion making the bass react. I use the 5# for wacky, tubes and senko. Then I use the 6# for drop shotting. The game is getting bite and this line has done it for me. I get more bites on this line than any other I have used. I have never seen a product like this in the market. Do yourself a favor try a spool of this line you will come back for more.
From: John: Escondido, CA
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