Seaguar Blue Label Big Game Fluorocarbon Leader Line

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  • Seaguar Blue Label Big Game Fluorocarbon Leader
  • Line Sizes (8): 90, 100, 130, 150, 180 200, 300 and 400lb test
  • Spool Size: 30 meters
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Big Game Leader Line

Seaguar Blue Label Big Game is a fluorocarbon leader line designed to offer stealth presentations when fishing for visually feeding pelagic fish. Most saltwater anglers now employ a spectra line backing on their reels tied to a fluorocarbon leader - the practice helps eliminate abrasion of the line in the reel providing more security that fish will not break off from line friction in the spool. Seaguar's Blue Label Big Game possess advanced strength which allows use of smaller pound test vs. other fluorocarbons for more effective presentation. This fluorocarbon leader line displays incredible impact strength, knot strength and abrasion resistance. Ideal for larger big game species in salt water such as Tuna, Dorado and Sail Fish. As with all 100% Fluorocarbon products, Seaguar Blue Label Big Game FC Leader is much less visible underwater than monofilament line and virtually invisible to fish. Seaguar's Blue Label is also UV resistant, chemical resistant, non-absorbant, high-density and impervious to cold conditions. Every angler needs a good, all-around line they can trust. This freshwater main line offers the knot and tensile strength and nearly invisible performance of 100% fluorocarbon in an economical option everyone can appreciate.

Seaguar Blue Label Big Game Fluorocarbon Leader Line is available in eight line sizes: 90lb - 400lb. Spool size is 30 meters.

90 .910 mm .036 in
100 1.05 mm .041 in
130 1.17 mm .046 in
150 1.28 mm .050 in
180 1.38 mm .054 in
200 1.48 mm .058 in
220 1.66 mm .065 in
300 1.81 mm .071 in
400 2.13 mm .084 in

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DHEP) and lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to