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Daiwa Fluorocarbon Lines J-Fluorocarbon Leader
New 2022!
The new J-Fluorocarbon from DAIWA! Thanks to a sophisticated...
Prices from £ 8.52

Savage Gear

The Semi-Soft Micro Leader has been designed to offer the pe...
Prices from £ 5.00

Savage Gear

As the name suggests, this 100% fluorocarbon leader has been...
Prices from £ 6.39


The Prorex leader material is made in Japan and highly abras...
Prices from £ 4.44

RtB Refuse to Blank

- Formulated from a modern blend of fluorocarbon resin, our...
Prices from £ 3.98

Major Craft

Prices from £ 3.70

Water Queen

Prices from £ 2.04


Sufix Fluorocarbon Super 21 is 100% fluorocarbon line is vir...
Prices from £ 6.30


A new fluorocarbon material for hook links, which is both st...
Prices from £ 5.37


Proprietary Gel Phase Technology™ process produces the ultim...
Prices from £ 11.48


Prices from £ 3.30

Savage Gear

Fluoro Carbon is much less visible underwater than regular m...
Prices from £ 6.30


This product covers the disadvantage of the standard fluoroc...
Prices from £ 7.13


With the TOURNAMENT S.W. shock leader line type F (Fluorocar...
Prices from £ 21.67


Series of high end sinking fluorocarbon lines. Thanks to spe...
Prices from £ 5.74


Highest quality 100% flurocarbon line, manufactured in Japan...
Prices from £ 3.19


Designed for line shy fish such as trout, carp and seabass,...
Prices from £ 6.30


Prices from £ 6.02

Fluorocarbon lines

The material, which until recently aroused a lot of controversy, is currently used in many types of spinning fishing. What are fluorocarbon lines ? These are lines made of a version of carbon fibre and in fact the only thing that connects it with a traditional fishing line is ... the application. The most important advantage of fluorocarbon is the fact that it has the same angle of refraction of sunbeams as water, and thus - it is completely invisible to fish. It has increased (compared to mono line) resistance to mechanical damage, although it has a slightly lower knot strength. The material itself is heavier than nylon, and therefore sinks definitely better.
Fluorocarbon lines, due to their invisibility in water, are used both as the main line and the leader material. The small diameters will be useful for perch or trout sets, the slightly larger ones will be useful when hunting for picky and poorly feeding pikeperches and the strongest ones will be perfect as a material for pike leaders when fishing with jerk baits.