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    Product Manufacturer: SpiderWire
    (advertising description) SpiderWire Fusion combines strength and sensitivity with abrasion resistance to provide a fishing experience no conventional monofilament line can match. Use Fusion to feel more fish and catch more fish than conventional mono! Up to 2 times stronger than conventional mono: Superior strength for extreme fishing structure! Sensitive, to feel more fish: Instantly feel every fish strike! Low stretch to catch more fish: Low stretch for instant hook sets! Ties easily with any fishing knot. Perfect choice for light biting big fish such as Walleye, Panfish or Crappie. Works well for crankbaits, plainer boards/downriggers and terminal tackle. SpiderWire Fusion's advanced-technology material provides the sensitivity and strength of a superline, plus the handling characteristics of more conventional fishing lines. SpiderWire Fusion is made by bonding microscopic filaments (fiber strands) into a single structure. This unique fusing process creates a superline that is sensitive, strong and affordable. SpiderWire Fusion fits extreme fishing when you want the sensitivity and strength of a superline with the characteristics of conventional fishing lines. With extra line body, Fusion is perfect for crankbaits, plainer boards/downriggers and terminal tackle.
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    Price Paid: 3
    Recommended: no
    Cons: frays, gathers "lint"
    Pros: small diameter, no stretch
    Bought this on clearance from Bass Pro - something like $3 a spool. Used on light/ultralight spinning rods in the 4/10 and 6/12. Not sure if its still manufactured and marketed. It was great for strength and castability, but I really don't like the way the filaments fray and cause "lint balls" on the line as it ages. Either has a loose weave or loosens over time. Doesn't cut cleanly which makes it harder to thread through hook eyes.

    At the clearance price its as cheap or cheaper than mono and you'll probably get longer life with it in addition to the normal braid benefits, but it doesn't really stand up to other braids I've tried.

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