Recently I was chosen to do a review on Sufix 832 braided fishing line by Rapala and the Outdoor Bloggers Network. Again, I figured the best thing to do when testing the line would be to use a good all around lure where I could catch fish of all types and sizes. If I had to have one lure, it would be a beetle spin. There are several combinations; however the most successful for me are black stripes on yellow or yellow stripes on black. The fish cannot help themselves.
It proved to be a wise decision both during the tournament and during the testing. First, for the testing of the line, I had never used braided line before. The Sufix line runs a much smaller diameter than regular monofilament, with 20 pound line running the same size as 6 pound test for regular line. Rather than using a very small diameter 6 pound Sufix, I went with the 20 pound Sufix to compare. The line excelled everywhere except in the tying of the line. Using a small finger nail clipper to trim the line after tying the knot, I noticed the strength of the Sufix immediately. The clippers broke.Sufix.com for more information on this great line!