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Leader - Fluorocarbon
Fluorocarbon by Blackwater
130 lb. test - 25 meters
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Blackwater Fluorocarbon has the advantage of having some stretch, giving you shock-absorbancy in your leader.
$75.99

Fluorocarbon by Blackwater
100 lb. test - 25 meters
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Blackwater Fluorocarbon has the advantage of having some stretch, giving you shock-absorbancy in your leader.
$59.99

Fluorocarbon by Blackwater
80 lb. test - 25 meters
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Blackwater Fluorocarbon has the advantage of having some stretch, giving you shock-absorbancy in your leader.
$44.99

Fluorocarbon by Blackwater
30 lb. test - 50 meters
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Blackwater Fluorocarbon has the advantage of having some stretch, giving you shock-absorbancy in your leader.
$32.99

Fluorocarbon by Blackwater
20 lb. test - 50 meters
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Blackwater Fluorocarbon has the advantage of having some stretch, giving you shock-absorbancy in your leader.
$25.99

Fluorocarbon by Blackwater
60 lb. test - 25 meters
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Blackwater Fluorocarbon has the advantage of having some stretch, giving you shock-absorbancy in your leader.
$32.99

Fluorocarbon by Blackwater
50 lb. test - 25 meters
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Blackwater Fluorocarbon has the advantage of having some stretch, giving you shock-absorbancy in your leader.
$28.99

Fluorocarbon by Blackwater
40 lb. test - 25 meters
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Blackwater Fluorocarbon has the advantage of having some stretch, giving you shock-absorbancy in your leader.
$24.99

Fluorocarbon by Balckwater
25 lb. test - 25 meters
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Blackwater Fluorocarbon has the advantage of having some stretch, giving you shock-absorbancy in your leader.
$15.99

Fluorocarbon by Blackwater
15 lb. test - 25 meters
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Blackwater Fluorocarbon has the advantage of having some stretch, giving you shock-absorbancy in your leader.
$13.99

Fluorocarbon by Seagaur
80 lb. test - 50 yards
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Seaguar Fluorocarbon features a double interior construction, with a surface layer that "grabs" for knot strength, and a high-density interior layer for tensile strength.
$66.69

Fluorocarbon by Seagaur
60 lb. test - 50 yards
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Seaguar Fluorocarbon features a double interior construction, with a surface layer that "grabs" for knot strength, and a high-density interior layer for tensile strength.
$56.99

Fluorocarbon by Seaguar
40 lb. test - 50 yards
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Seaguar Fluorocarbon features a double interior construction, with a surface layer that "grabs" for knot strength, and a high-density interior layer for tensile strength.
$41.99

Fluorocarbon by Seaguar
30 lb. test - 50 yards
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Seaguar Fluorocarbon features a double interior construction, with a surface layer that "grabs" for knot strength, and a high-density interior layer for tensile strength.
$31.99

Fluorocarbon by Seaguar
25 lb. test - 50 yards
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Seaguar Fluorocarbon features a double interior construction, with a surface layer that "grabs" for knot strength, and a high-density interior layer for tensile strength.
$24.99

Fluorocarbon by Seaguar
20 lb.test - 50 yards
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Seaguar Fluorocarbon features a double interior construction, with a surface layer that "grabs" for knot strength, and a high-density interior layer for tensile strength.
$22.99

Fluorocarbon by Seaguar
200 lb. test - 15 meters
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Seaguar Fluorocarbon features a double interior construction, with a surface layer that "grabs" for knot strength, and a high-density interior layer for tensile strength.
$59.99

Fluorocarbon by Seaguar
130 lb. test - 15 meters
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Seaguar Fluorocarbon features a double interior construction, with a surface layer that "grabs" for knot strength, and a high-density interior layer for tensile strength.
$57.99

Fluorocarbon by Seaguar
90 lb. test - 15 meters
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Seaguar Fluorocarbon features a double interior construction, with a surface layer that "grabs" for knot strength, and a high-density interior layer for tensile strength.
$49.99

Fluorocarbon by Seaguar
80 lb. test - 25 yards
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Seaguar Fluorocarbon features a double interior construction, with a surface layer that "grabs" for knot strength, and a high-density interior layer for tensile strength.
$39.99

Fluorocarbon by Seaguar
60 lb. test - 25 yards
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Seaguar Fluorocarbon features a double interior construction, with a surface layer that "grabs" for knot strength, and a high-density interior layer for tensile strength.
$32.99

Fluorocarbon by Seaguar
50 lb. test - 25 yards
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Seaguar Fluorocarbon features a double interior construction, with a surface layer that "grabs" for knot strength, and a high-density interior layer for tensile strength.
$26.99

Fluorocarbon by Seaguar
40 lb. test - 25 yards
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Seaguar Fluorocarbon features a double interior construction, with a surface layer that "grabs" for knot strength, and a high-density interior layer for tensile strength.
$24.99

Fluorocarbon by Seaguar
30 lb. test - 25 yards
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Seaguar Fluorocarbon features a double interior construction, with a surface layer that "grabs" for knot strength, and a high-density interior layer for tensile strength.
$18.69

Fluorocarbon by Seaguar
25 lb. test - 25 yards
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Seaguar Fluorocarbon features a double interior construction, with a surface layer that "grabs" for knot strength, and a high-density interior layer for tensile strength.
$13.99

Fluorocarbon by Seaguar
20 lb. test - 25 yards
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Seaguar Fluorocarbon features a double interior construction, with a surface layer that "grabs" for knot strength, and a high-density interior layer for tensile strength.
$12.99

Fluorocarbon by Seaguar
15 lb. test - 25 yards
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Seaguar Fluorocarbon features a double interior construction, with a surface layer that "grabs" for knot strength, and a high-density interior layer for tensile strength.
$11.39

Fluorocarbon by Seaguar
10 lb., 12 lb. test - 25 yards
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Seaguar Fluorocarbon features a double interior construction, with a surface layer that "grabs" for knot strength, and a high-density interior layer for tensile strength.
$11.39

Fluorocarbon by Seaguar
4, 6, 8 lb. test - 25 yards
Fluorocarbon makes the best leader material for most applications. It is less visible in the water than monofilament, due to the refractive index of fluorocarbon being almost identical to the refractive index of water. Also, Fluorocarbon is more abrasion-resistant than monofilament.
So it gives you the two things that you want in a leader - invisibility and abrasion resistance. Especially in a touchy bite, it is the way to go to get bit!

Seaguar Fluorocarbon features a double interior construction, with a surface layer that "grabs" for knot strength, and a high-density interior layer for tensile strength.
$10.69