Today we'll be reviewing the SpiderWire Ultracast Invisi-Braid.
Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!
- Clear color helps you to stay in stealth mode when casting and reeling
- Comes in multiple test weights ranging from 10 lbs to 80 lbs
- Comes in two sizes of spools
- Can be used in freshwater, saltwater, in most elements and tough cover
- Lightweight yet strong
- 30% stronger than SpiderWire Stealth
- Since it is so lightweight and thin, some people have found it easier than expected to break when knots and tangles occur
SpiderWire Ultracast Invisi-Braid Product Review
The Invisi-Braid line from SpiderWire is one of the best general fishing lines in our list. Known for its knack for catching Bass, it’s well suited for that style of fishing.
This line comes with a little more versatility when it comes to test weights than any previous lines that we’ve looked at. This added versatility makes it a viable option for the fishermen looking for a more everyday braided fishing line.
No experienced fishermen or women want their line to show in the water. If fish see your line, they will likely become startled and turn the other way, and no one wants that. So it’s beneficial the color of the ultra cast Invisi braid line is translucent, which is ideal for general fishing or Bass fishing.
If you are looking for something that will be more consistent and be hidden on a more regular basis, a transparent line is probably the best way to go. Compared to its counterpart the SpiderWire Stealth the Invisi-Braid boasts a 30% increase in tensile strength under pressure.
This line comes in two spool sizes, small and medium, so you can either purchase a more substantial amount or get the small spool to try it out before you commit to the whole thing. The small-sized reel is 1500 yards and the medium spool measures 3000 yards long.
If you are a freshwater or saltwater fisherman looking for a very general fishing line, this is it. It’s durable, lightweight, and works as promised. It does well with Bass, as well as other medium-sized species such as trout.
It seems to be in the medium range as far as the price is concerned, and that sounds about right for the quality and quantity of line that you’re getting.
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