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2012-11-30 07:37:42

Seaguar Joins Product Showcase

Athens, Ala. (December, 2012) – Seaguar®, the inventor and world leader in fluorocarbon fishing lines, has joined the American Bass Anglers family as a Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Weekend Series product showcase sponsor, announced ABA officials. Seaguar fishing lines will be promoted at more than 100 different bass fishing events during the 2013 tour.

“Seaguar fluorocarbon line has been my personal choice for years,” said Morris Sheehan, ABA president. “Recently, they’ve added braid and monofilament lines to become a single source of fishing line for anglers everywhere,” Sheehan added.

When it comes to line, it’s the little things that make a big difference, and Seaguar delivers all the right characteristics, with each line such as thinner diameters. “For example, TATSU™ fluorocarbon fishing line features a thin diameter yet is amazingly strong and extraordinarily castable. The weekend bass angler is always looking for an edge on the competition, and Seaguar will be the edge they need in the line category hands down. We are proud to be associated with Seaguar, who make best-in-class products,” commented Sheehan.

In 1966, two Japanese chemical engineers determined that the attributes of fluorocarbon, such as absorbing less water than nylon monofilament and low visibility in the water, would produce excellent material for fishing line. They received a patent on their product in 1969. Three years later, Seaguar fluorocarbon fishing lines hit the market.

Today, Seaguar still leads the world in manufacturing fluorocarbon fishing lines of various sizes, but the company has introduced two new products – Kanzen™ braid and Senshi™ monofilament main lines. Made from advanced microfibers, Kanzen high-performance braid features ultra-thin strands in a high-density weave for maximum strength, abrasion resistance and super sensitivity in a thin diameter for long, smooth casts. Senshi monofilament gives anglers an excellent balance of strength and sensitivity, with the extraordinary knot and tensile strength anglers expect from Seaguar products in a soft, supple, thin line.

Anglers can buy Seaguar products from major retailers across the United States. For more information visit www.seaguar.com

About American Bass Anglers – The Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Weekend Series provides weekend anglers a professionally operated competitive tour with a path to the world championship of bass fishing at the Bassmaster Classic. American Bass Angler’s commitment is to provide low-cost, close-to-home tournaments for the weekend angler and at the same time offer each competitor an upward path for individual angler progression. For more information about American Bass Anglers and the American Fishing Tour, The Toyota Tundra Bassmaster Weekend Series or the American Couples Series, visit www.americanbassanglers.com

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