Cabela's Prestige Premier Fluorocarbon Tippet

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Cabela's Prestige Premier Fluorocarbon Tippet -
This supple, next-generation fluorocarbon tippet lets even the smallest flies swim freely. It’s made of extra-smooth, extruded 100% fluorocarbon for superb abrasion resistance and premium, high-strength wet-knot performance. 30 yards. Imported. Per each.
Sizes: 0X, 1X, 2X, 3X, 4X, 5X, 6X.
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Cabela's Prestige Premier Fluorocarbon Tippet Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Fluorocarbon Convert

I had resisted changing to fluorocarbon tippet but after using it on my last 2 fishing trips I'll never go back. It is so much stronger and durable than standard tippet. You will lose fewer fish and flies using this product.
Fishprof at Cabelas on 09/10/2013

Good stuff; good value

No complaints at all. I caught fish with this! I had break-offs, too, but would chalk those up to fisherman error rather than inferior tippet material. Worked the way tippet material should work.
tsuribakka at Cabelas on 10/02/2012

Negative Reviews:

Terrible experience; lost a lot of flies to breaks

I started using fluorocarbon tippet several months ago when I bought some 5X from an ***** store and found it great to work with. Strong, invisible in water, and easy to tie to flies. Caught hundreds of fish with zero problems, so I kinda fell in love. So much so that I don't want to go back to the old stuff. But the price was far more expensive than I like to spend for expendable material. So I thought I'd economize with the 5X fluorocarbon from Cabela's. I bought a spool recently and went on a 2-day overnight fishing trip for trout. Caught many fish with the ***** brand stuff, but then it ran out while on the river. So I switched to the Cabela's. Big mistake! While it seemed to tie off flies well enough, I ended up losing at least 6 dry flies and nymphs in a matter of less than an hour or so before I figured out what was going on. The worst thing and last straw was seeing the splash from the nymph I just lost 20 feet in front of where I was casting! The tippet was simply breaking. And yes - I was lubricating the clinch knots well before pulling them tight. Since I'd just been fishing with a different brand of tippet with no problems, and I didn't change my fly tying methods, casting, or anything else, it was starkly apparent it was the tippet. Maybe I was unlucky with a bad batch of tippet, I don't know. But since this Cabela's fluorocarbon tippet is new, they might still be working out the kinks. I definitely will be tossing the rest of the tippet in the trash...
BassPlayer69 at Cabelas on 11/26/2013