Berkley Vanish Fluoro Leader

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Berkley Vanish Fluoro Leader -
Fish can't see them, or break them! Vanish 100% fluorocarbon leaders keep their strength when wet and resist UV rays of the sun better than nylon. Vanish is flexible, abrasion-resistant and has a higher knot strength than other fluorocarbon leaders.
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Berkley Vanish Fluoro Leader Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Used it for other than fishing

Well I have to admit I did not buy this for fishing, but will review it in light of what I did buy it for. I wear hearing aids, the in the ear type. They have those little lines attached to you can get them pulled out of your ears. Those lines have a tendency to break with time and use. I have a very small drill bit, dremel style, that I remove the old one, clean out the hole and with five minute epoxy put a new one in. This is what I use to make the string from. Forms a nice little ball on one end when heated, is heavy enough to hold up well, soft enough to bend when a phone is put to the ear.
K7SAM at Cabelas on 02/19/2013


I use braided line with a fluoro leaders on all my reels from gills to musky. Berkley makes a Strong leader with a uni knot.
HUFF at Cabelas on 07/09/2012

Negative Reviews:


Line is garbage
Honkeydonkey at Cabelas on 04/30/2013

Neutral Reviews:

It really is invisible in the water, however......

The leader really is invisible when it is in the water. The down side is that Fluorocarbon is a bit tricky to tie. Any overlapping of the line will cause it to break without much force. Also, when tightening your knot, any binding creates abrasions that will also break without much force. I used a San Diego Jam knot with fairly consistent success on my swivel and an egg loop knot on the hook. I did have both ends come apart for no apparent a couple of times when pulling out a snag. If you have ever drift fished from the bank for Chinook Salmon, you know you don’t get that many chances to land one of these heavy hitters. Losing one to a knot failure gave me gas….. I ended up switching to mono leader which held up to a one 19 and one 22 Lb. Unless you are fishing in extremely clear water for very skittish fish, Mono is much easer to get a consistently strong knot.
nicknamless at Cabelas on 07/16/2013