New fluorocarbon mainline delivers the ultimate in strength, reliability and fishability
Quality fishing line is cornerstone to success, period. Without it, the prospect of catches are dramatically decreased – lures break off, memory coils eliminate sensitivity and power, and worst of all, fish can be dumped at boatside or bank. That said, it should be on every angler’s mind to only fish with the best line available. Enter Daiwa.
In a class all its own, Daiwa’s new J-Fluoro Samurai premium fluorocarbon mainline brings invisibility, strength, reliability, and unrivaled overall performance to anglers of all walks. Engineered and produced in Japan, J-Fluoro Samurai brings a new level of versatility, too, offered in a multitude of sizes with varying levels of tautness and super small diameters.
The fluorocarbon craze is legitimate, too. Saltwater anglers were first to discover its miraculous properties when compared to monofilament. Diameters are narrower, creating less resistance and bowing in the water, which improves sensitivity and hooksetting power. Line clarity is key, too. Inherently, fluorocarbon is less visible in the water due to its thinner diameter. Moreover, fluorocarbon is more translucent than monofilament, bolstering invisibility.
The past decade has seen scores of freshwater anglers making the switch as well, and for all the same reasons. Add to it fluorocarbon’s resistance to nicks and cuts, and the choice is, well, clear.
Available in 2-, 4-, 5-, 6-, 7-, 8-, 10-, 12-, 14-, 16-, 18-, 20-, 22-, and 25-pound test strengths, there’s a line weight to suit every fishing application. For panfish and trout anglers to bass and walleye to inshore species, J-Fluoro Samurai is sure to impress with its ultra-clarity and strength characteristics. 2-12 lbs. tests are formulated stouter for better sensitivity, while 14-25 lb. tests are made softer for better spool management.
All weights of J-Fluoro Samurai are wound on ergonomic spools with convenient filler-enabled spool protectors. And, distinctively, the 220 yd. filler spools are marked with a D-VEC sticker at the midway point, yielding an exact count when spooling two reels.
If you’re serious about making your link to the fish the best possible, J-Fluoro Samurai should be on your essentials list.
220 yd. Filler Spools MSRP $20.99 – 42.99
1,000 yd. Bulk Spools MSRP $59.99 – 159.99
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