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Scott M

Stren Microfuse

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Anybody use this new stuff yet? Stren's website says:

Scientific breakthroughs in superline technology have allowed us to produce an AMAZING new Stren® superline with the same translucent Fluorescent Clear Blue color that Stren® mono users have come to depend on for decades. When fishing in daylight, this thermally-fused braided line GLOWS a Hi-Vis FLUORESCENT Blue. In the dark when night fishing under a black light, it GLOWS a Hi-Vis NEON Blue. Stren® Microfuse™ Dyneema® fibers give unsurpassed strength-per-diameter. The super-smooth surface allows for incredible casting distance, and the near-zero stretch facilitates incredible sensitivity. As Bill Dance says... The Line You See is The Line You Control. This is the only superline on the market that GLOWS!, day or night.

Sounds like something that might be nice for the ice or a night time cat angler. Only bummer is you need a blacklight at night.

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