Saltwater | New Lines
As the originators of fluorocarbon fishing lines in 1971, Seaguar has amassed nearly a half-century of experience in crafting strong, nearly invisible 100% fluorocarbon main lines and leaders, widely recognized as the best available for saltwater fishing. During ICAST 2018 Seaguar introduced three new lines meant to surpass the expectations of the most demanding saltwater anglers.
Gold Label 25
Fishing in saltwater is the ultimate test of mental and physical toughness, and of tackle, from lure to rod and reel and everything in between. Oversized predators that swim in briny waters are experts at exploiting the weakest link in that long chain, in an effort to gain their freedom from an angler's grasp. All too often, that inadequacy resides within the leader, linking the main line to an artificial or living bait, a leader that isn't ready for what lies ahead.
But those days are over as Seaguar has just introduced, the thinnest, strongest leader material ever made – Gold Label 25 - a leader designed to exceed the demands of the most exacting saltwater anglers. This new leader is ready to withstand the rigors of saltwater predators and their unforgiving environment. It will change the way you think about fluorocarbon. A leader so thin and strong that the Uber-elite of Fly Fishing professionals who got a sneak peak see its potential and can't wait to try it out!
Smackdown – Stealth Gray
Seaguar has long recognized the importance of stealth beneath the surface and extends those lessons to the world above the waves with Smackdown - Stealth Gray , a premium braided line, made with 8 ultra-thin strands woven into a perfectly round profile for quiet, exceptionally long, laser-precise casts. Smackdown's tight weave makes it one of the thinnest-diameter braids available and makes it an incredible tool for helping anglers to become the ultimate apex predator above the waves.
Smackdown – Flash Green
When the water is warm or clear, or the fish are wary or highly pressured, there is simply no substitute for finesse. Specialists in finesse techniques are typically avid line watchers. They are fixated on their main line as it lays upon or enters the water, watching for twitches, changes of direction, sudden movements, or anything "different" that seems out of place, to telegraph a bite. The master line-smiths at Seaguar recognized the importance of main line visibility for detecting more bites and catching more fish, and have introduced a line that sets a new standard for high-visibility braids - Smackdown - Flash Green.