“When anglers are trying to match vegetation for the perfect blending technique, Camo is the line for the job,” said Al Lindner, legendary angler and National Freshwater Fishing Hall of Famer. “This color line can make the difference in catching or not catching fish when flippin’ in grass, rocks or other heavy structures.”
“Camo-colored line is to bass fishing as Hi-Vis Yellow is to saltwater,” remarked Rick Murphy, saltwater veteran and Rapala pro angler. “The strength and abrasion resistance, paired with the new high-visibility color, creates a do-it-all line for any saltwater application.”
Formulated with eight fibers – seven Dyneema and one GORE – at 32 weaves (pics) per inch, Sufix 832 touts the legendary R8 Precision Braiding and fiber technology that provides unmatched strength, roundness and line consistency. During formation, the line locks horns with the GORE Performance Fibers, which improve abrasion resistance, increase casting length and accuracy, and reduce line vibration. Then, the Dyneema fibers are woven, adding high strength and sensitivity, which creates its small diameter and hydrophobic water-repellent protection.
“Over the last 40 years of fishing, I’ve tried hundreds of lines,” said Lindner. “Sufix 832 is hands down, the best fishing line I’ve ever used. The two new color patterns will give anglers an additional edge.”
Sufix 832 is available in 150-yard, 300-yard and 600-yard spools ranging from 6-pound to 80-pound test.
Suggested retail price: $21.99 (150 yd.), $39.99 (300 yd.) and $69.99 (600 yd.).