After using Seaguar TATSU
on a recent fishing trip, I was amazed at how I could feel every rock, twig and finicky biting fall bass. The difference here is that I was using 15 lb. test and it took a beating on numerous wing dams, rock piles and shell beds. These are the usual suspects when it comes to putting nicks in a fishing line. This line was very helpful as I would work my jerk bait and let it sit idle in the water; as soon as a bass would take a swipe at my bait I would feel it.
Normally when using fluorocarbon line you lose the sensitivity and as you increase the size of the line, along with the ease of casting. So I decided to make a “long cast” out there to find out why TATSU is such an incredible line.
In the fishing world, many innovative techniques and products have come from the diehard finesse fishing circles in Japan. The popular drop shoting technique has now become a staple across the United States, start in Japan.
Starting this year, Seaguar’s highly sought after and very popular Double Structure Fluorocarbon is available as main line for the first time in the United States. Seaguar TATSU is made exclusively from two different 100% Seaguar resins, which allows it to deliver to very crucial characteristics when it comes to selecting a fishing line. Sensitivity and Strength at the same time.
If you are looking for the edge over the fish and the competition next year, check out the new Seaguar TATSU.