VIDEO: Seaguar unveils double structure fluorocarbon
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An entirely new paradigm in fishing lines and a new standard with limitless possibilities – that’s how Seaguar describes its Double-Structure Fluorocarbon (DSF).
The New York manufacturer, widely regarded as the originator of fluorocarbon lines, uses a new extrusion process to encase a fluorocarbon core in a fluorocarbon exterior.
The unbreakable bond between the two different resins delivers a double-structure line that delivers strength, suppleness and sensitivity in one product, says the manufacturer.
The technology is captured in Seaguar Tatsu and Finesse versions, lines recommended for hauling big fish from heavy cover as well as meeting the needs of finesse anglers for the thinnest diameter and most supple of lines.
The line proved its worth to Bassmaster Classic Champion and Seaguar pro staffer, Denny Brauer, when he used 15lb Tatsu to boat a huge bass too heavy to register on 15lb scales from Lake Amistad during tournament practice.
FLW Tour angler and fellow Seaguar pro, Cody Meyer, is equally impressed by Tatsu.He uses Saguaro Finesse when targeting big fish with dropshot rigs and other finesse presentations.
Seaguar, founded in 1971, produces a full range of premium products that includes main lines, leader materials, fly tippets and leaders, braids and monofilaments.