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Sufix "832 Advanced Superline"

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Suffix 832 Advanced Superline

Make & Model

Brand:
Sufix
Model:
832 Advanced Superline
MSRP ($):
22.49

If you are a kayak angler looking for the quietest, longest casting, strongest, most durable and smallest diameter braid on the market look no further then the Suffix “832 Advanced Superline”. The 832 Advanced Superline has a patent-pending construction of 8 fibers (7 Dyneema® plus 1 GORE® Performance Fiber) and 32 weaves (pics) per inch. GORE® Performance Fibers improve abrasion resistance, increase casting distance & accuracy and reduce line vibration. Dyneema® fibers provide high strength & sensitivity, hydrophobic water-repellent protection and small diameter.

Features:

  • 8 Fibers (Featuring one GORE® Performance Fiber and 7 Dyneema® Fibers)
  • 32 pics (weaves) per inch
  • R8 Precision Braiding Technology
  • Ultimate Abrasion Resistance
  • Unbeatable Strength
  • Proven Castability Improvements
  • TGP™Technology Enhances Color Retention

Colors:

  • Camo
  • Ghost
  • Hi-Vis Yellow
  • Low-Vis Green
  • Neon Lime

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Sufix 832

Let me start out by saying I love Daiwa Samurai braid, however it is getting harder and harder to find. Because of this I have been testing several different lines in the hope of replacing the Samurai as my go to line.

This line is a very smooth, 8 carrier braid. The color fades a bit (like all colored braids) but it isn't terrible. Just be aware on your first few trips out.

I have had no issues with this line. Knots stay tied. It holds up to abrasion fairly well. I fish primarily inshore waters, and I see more than my fair share of oyster beds. I do check my line regularly and retie as necessary. No "unknown breakoff" issues for me.

I don't know that this is the line to replace my venerable Samurai braid, but it is definitely in the running.

Great line, great price...check it out when you need to respool.

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Very smooth, strong, good colors
Cons:
None
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Converting To Braid

I have always used mono. Until this past spring, when I have started to experiment with braid The first type I tried (Berkley Fire Line) was tough to use, knot, cast, etc. After one night of fishing with it, I gave up on braid & returned to just mono.

Then a friend recommended Suffix 832. I bought some 10 lb test & have had excellent luck with it. Very strong, casts well, and the knots are strong (lubed with saliva before tightening). I have not had the line break, or a knot slip while using it. It casts extremely well. If I am doing a lot of casting, I only use braid now. Suffix 832 is also super to use for trolling.

The only drawback is the increased visibility to the fish. If the bite is slow, if I'm using live bait, or if I am using a very slow retrieve, then I will use a mono leader with the Suffix braid. I start with about 30" (4-6 lb mono for 10 lb braid / 8 lb mono for 15 lb braid) of leader, then increase the length or go down a size in mono until I start getting bites.

I have used three different types of braid - Suffix 832, Power Pro, and FireLine. I rank them in that order. Suffix is a little better overall then Power Pro, and they are both far superior to FireLine.

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
Used:
16-30 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Strong, knots well, casts well.
Cons:
More visibility then mono
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Smoothest braid

I first bought Sufix 832 Advanced Superline when my cousin told me about it over a year ago. The first thing I noticed is the feel of the line, it was so smooth and did not feel coarse like some other braids. After owning it for over a year and using it on every trip for ours at an end there has been no issue with the line etching a groove in the eyes. Then next thing I noticed was in the first trip out. I snagged into a huge tree limb, one where my line would've easily snapped before, and this line brought it up with no problem! This year I snagged into a line used for sailboats to tie up to. The line even pulled that up so I could get my hook out.

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Smooth, strong
Cons:
None
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