Think about how many baits a bass sees during a day on a crowded lake. Wouldn't an ace in the hole be nice? Low visibility fluorocarbon could load your deck. Berkley claims the line's bright gold color appears in the sun's bright light but quickly vanishes underwater. Even with the added stiffness of fluoro, my knots pulled down tight and my casts proved clean. But is it invisible to the fish? I had a hard time seeing it under the water's surface. The bass weren't afraid to eat up either.