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fused line and flourocabon

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Would fuse be considered a flourocarbon line or is it completly different category?

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but would that be considered flourocarbon?

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I don't think so. I think it's in a category all it's own.

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Fused lines like fireline are totally different than a florocarbon. Fused lines have little to no stretch, they float, and are quite visible in the water. Florocarbon has quite a bit of stretch, not as much as most mono lines do, but has a reflective index very similar to water, thus nearly invisable underwater.. however for its strength its quite a bit larger diam than fused lines for the same pound test.

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