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Spiderwire Invisibraid - Anyone see/try it yet?

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Saw an ad on tv for this low visibility superbraid so I did a little searching. Spiderwire has/is coming out with a braid that sounds like Fireline's low vis product. I went away from regular Spiderwire years ago due to the fraying but I was wondering if anyone has seen this or even had a chance to try it yet? It comes all the way up to 80lb test so it might be a possibility for the big toothy's. BTW, Spiderwire is advertising a $10 rebate on buying 2 spools, but Cabela's is $10 cheaper ($39.99) per 300yd spool...

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