Our Long Overdue Look at Seaguar's Tatsu Fluorocarbon Line

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Our Long Overdue Look at Seaguar's Tatsu Fluorocarbon Line

Postby Cal » Thu Jun 08, 2017 10:46 am

Our Long Overdue Look at Seaguar's Tatsu Fluorocarbon Line
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Introduction: With all the advancements in addressing the technique specific needs of bass anglers, it's rare that you come across a product let alone a fishing line that can be considered "all purpose". In fact, it's practically impossible to find a fishing line that's as good for bottom contact techniques as it is for moving baits as it is for topwater as it is for heavy cover situations. The inherent characteristics of the line's material makeup alone can limit its applicability.


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Re: Our Long Overdue Look at Seaguar's Tatsu Fluorocarbon Line

Postby Bootytrain » Thu Jun 08, 2017 7:29 pm

Are you guys going back to the extended rating system?

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Re: Our Long Overdue Look at Seaguar's Tatsu Fluorocarbon Line

Postby Cracker » Thu Jun 08, 2017 9:46 pm

Cool! Bought recently several spools of Tatsu, agree with everything what said and this article.

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Re: Our Long Overdue Look at Seaguar's Tatsu Fluorocarbon Line

Postby Cal » Fri Jun 09, 2017 7:31 am

Bootytrain wrote:Are you guys going back to the extended rating system?


Only with select reviews where it makes sense like with fishing line.
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Re: Our Long Overdue Look at Seaguar's Tatsu Fluorocarbon Line

Postby DirtyD64 » Fri Jun 09, 2017 11:55 am

I never saw the original colored Tatsu so I went and googled it. I totally agree and think that light golden color would give it an interesting look. I love colored fluorocarbons and from the chemistry background I have, my theory is that dyes can help soften them up, lowering memory. This and as the review mentioned, extruding the natural color probably weakens the line way more than we realize or would like.


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