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Chris Grech

Chris Grech is the Product Editor for Allcoast Media. products@noreast.com

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January 07, 2014

Grand Slam Fluorocarbon Coated Line

by Chris Grech

The new Grand Slam Fluorocarbon Coated fishing line is an extra strong, 100% copolymer with a Fuorocarbon outer coating. The line is virtually invisible and can be used in any water conditions but is ideal when stealth is required. It's a top choice when visibility is a concern, such as fishing in clear shallow waters or in top water. Made from the highest quality copolymer, Grand Slam Fluorocarbon Coated is extremely supple and easy to cast using bait casting and spinning reels. The line is ultra manageable, easy to knot and delivers high knot strength and abrasion resistance. It's available in 300-yard filler spools and larger 1-pound spools from 4 to 20-pound test.

$9.99 for 300-yards
$59.99 for 1-pound spool

www.afwhiseas.com

Comments (1)

cosmo wrote 3 months ago

Fluorocarbon is "invisible" because it bends light that passes through it very closely to the angle that water bends light (similar refractive index). When a fluoro coating is put over another material, the light still has to pass through the other material and the light is subject to the bend (refractive index) of the internal material. Fluorocarbon is not a cloak that makes materials within it invisible.
Fluoro coating might be stiffer and more abrasion resistant, but invisible is really a stretch. Consumers wanting visibility benefits from fluorocarbon products should stick with 100% Fluorocarbon lines.


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