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Old 02-04-2009, 11:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I've always been a fan of Cajun Red line. (Aside from the memory on the mono) I now see they have entered the braid market. Anyone use it yet and if so what do you think?
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I just can't seem to get into the red line. Have you noticed any issues, sight especially, with it?
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I'm with you FishLip, I've seen people using it, but I just can't bring myself to use red line. It just seems to bright and I like any advantage I can get in this super clear water out here.
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When if you are looking for an advantage than this may be what you want. Red is the first color to disappear underwater.(They claim)
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When if you are looking for an advantage than this may be what you want. Red is the first color to disappear underwater.(They claim)
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I thought red hooks imitated a bleeding fish?! Hmmm, maybe it makes the hook less visible instead? Interesting. I thought it was purple that disappeared the fastest? No?

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Guess I had it the opposite, thanks for the clarification Jay!
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I use the Cajun Red Fluoro for my spinning and bait caster only because a good friend recommended it. I think it's just as good as any other fluoro. Give the braided line a shot and let us know how it goes!
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Hmmm, maybe it makes the hook less visible instead?
I've heard that before, just not sure how true it is.
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tHE HOOKS are solid while the line is clear(Well clear red). Im sure a clear line would be less visible than a solid mass.
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