Just finished rigging up 12 rods with Seaguar line. I have to say, that takes some time to do it right. I am fishing Long Lake in Spokane and had to totally revamp all my rods and reels as I transition to fishing in the Northwest. I used Kanzen braid, Senshi mono, and then Tatsu, AbrazX and InvizX fluorocarbon. With all of this new line and sizes I have a few observations:
I have used Tatsu in the past but the light stuff is great. I rigged up a Stradic spinning reel with 6lb test. The spool said it holds 200 yards of 6lb test but I spooled a full 200 yard spool and still had room leftover, even with a little backing. I think this shows how thin the line is.
I rigged a Revo Premier with 30lb braid and a 15lb Senshi leader so I can fish topwater baits and not worry about the braid wrapping around my topwater. I have found that braid casts much better with a topwater and won't sink as much so its great for topwater baits, but it will wrap around the trebles as you walk the bait.
I rigged another Stradic with 15lb Kanzen braid and then a 8lb AbrazX leader for shaky head fishing. I think this will give me a little more strength and sensitivity.
Tomorrow will be the real test with this line. I am so used to using 15 and 20lb fluoro and 60lb braid in Florida so this light line makes me feel a little weird.