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Question for Dietz

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I went to the Gamma web site to order some of the copoly ice line to spool up my rigs. The price for the 100 yd spools was $4.99 as expected.

Then also on the page I see there is a Gamma florocarbon ice line that says it is invisible under water and soft etc. It sounds like another good product to try, but i look at the price and it is $20 bucks.

Dietz, have you used the gamma floro ice line?

Fluorocarbon ICE - 100 M Spool

When you are faced with clear cold water and finicky fish, GAMMA Fluorocarbon Ice fishing line is the only way to go. Specially formulated and processed to be the supplest fluorocarbon line available, GAMMA Fluorocarbon Ice offers better bait and lure movement along with increased sensitivity for more hook-ups. With the highest strength to diameter compared to all leading fluorocarbon lines, a refractive index that renders the line virtually invisible under water, minimal water absorption, superior hook sets, and its remarkable shock resistance, GAMMA Fluorocarbon Ice gives the competitive edge to the angler. From pan fish to pike, ice fishing is all about being prepared. Prepare for success by choosing GAMMA Fluorocarbon Ice!

If so is it that awesome that it is worth $20? Just curious that something that has that big of a price difference either has a huge cost to make or it is that good.

Any insight?

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