Sufix 832 Braided Line Lo-Vis Green
Winner of Best Fishing Line at the 2010 ICAST Show
Sufix 832 Superline is the strongest, most durable small diameter braid on the market. Constructed from 8 fibers (7 Dyneema plus 1 GORE Performance Fiber) at 32 weaves per inch, Suffix 832’s R8 Precision Braiding and advanced fiber technology deliver superior strength, roundness and line consistency. The Gore Performance Fibers (from the makers of GORE-TEX) improve abrasion resistance, increase casting distance and accuracy, and also reduces line vibration, while the Dyneema fibers provide increased strength and sensitivity, as well as, superior hydrophobic protection and a smaller diameter. Stay ahead of the curve with Sufix 832 Braided Fishing Line in Lo-Vis Green.
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Comments: Absolutely the best braid I have used. From 10lb all the way up to 50lb. Have had no issues with breaking or knots failing. I have a Stradic that’s had 10lb 832 on it for two years and caught a 7lb LMB yesterday with no issues. Tow Truck Strong!
From: Jason: Royse City TX 2/25/23
Comments: Best braid by far in its price range. I have literally used it all. Cheap to most expensive and I always kept coming back to this. Now it’s all I buy except for froggin I get the 4 strand braid. But from my finesse to my baitcaster’s this is the line.
From: Jeremy: Utah 3/26/22
Comments: I love this stuff! This in the only braid I use from my 7′ light spinning rods to my 8′ extra heavy swimbait rod and all rods in between. I dont feel that Im getting bit less when it looses color at all. If you are worried about it you can tie a longer leader.
From: Sam: California 7/7/21
Comments: I ran out of my 20lb P-line and had to buy some at a store that had only Suffix in 8 carrier and all they had was 30lb but I wanted to try 30lb out anyway, the Suffix is great and really strong line I accually bent two Gama 4/0 hooks out so I just tied on new hooks but the 20lb would have broken before bending the hook i’ve done it enough to know, my only complaint is one day of fishing the green wore off and turned almost white and I don’t use leader just straight braid for t-rigging and using a chatter bait so color means a lot to me so i’m going back to P-line in 30lb 300 yrd spool but I know now first hand that Suffix is good braid all in all very strong and strong knots and if color doesn’t matter to you
From: Christopher: Elizabethtown 9/9/20
Comments: After my first use of about five hours of bass fishing, my low vis green, 40lb test, looked like fluorescent yellow rope in the water. The 8 month old Power Pro on my other reels was still nearly invisible. Other than that the line cast and handled very well. I use a flouro leader but I am still concerned at how visible the Sufix 832 is.
From: Mike: Auburndale 6/18/20
Comments: As far as braided lines go this is pretty good. In my opinion braid is all pretty much the same (except for strand count), and this product is nothing spectacular. Since it is 8 strand it’s softer than regular 4 strand braid, but Berkley’s X9 braid is softer than this. The color does not hold up well, after a couple days of casting for 4-5 hours each there is some obvious wear (white spots and the color becomes lighter), but that does not matter to me. Nothing is affected structurally that I can tell. This is a great braid option that is also wallet friendly.
From: Preston: Alabama 4/24/20
Comments: I’ve been using Sufix 832 for probably 7 years, and I have never once, not once snapped a bait off during a cast. I don’t even know how you would do that. I run 20 and 30 on everything, and outside of an annoying wind loop, it’s the best braid I’ve ever used. As far as color loss, who cares? Mark it up with a sharpie. I run fluoro leaders on a lot of set ups anyway, so it’s never an issue.
From: Vince: Illinois 4/20/20
Comments: I used to love sufix 832 50 lb-30 lb- 20 lb braid for multiple applications from spinning to casting gear simply because it’s a 8 carriers braid that doesn’t chew through rod guides as well as it’s ability to take connection knot better than most other bands I’ve tried. Then I got a bad 600 yard spool of 50 lb braid and I lost all faith in the quality of the manufacturer. As I was spooling up my frog rig I came across multiple tangles buried deep in the 600 yard spool that basically overlapped itself obviously during the production process ultimately rendering the entire spool useless. I’m a brand loyal fisherman that takes great pride in my gear, and I find quality of the upmost importance when it comes to my gear, unfortunately it not only cost me $60 for the 600 yard spool line but it also cost me 4 expensive frogs, and an incredible top water bite that I’m sure most fisherman can only dream of in a lifetime of fishing. Completely unacceptable as far as I’m concerned sufix, I can honestly say I’ll never make the mistake of buying sufix 832 ever again. I’ve learned my lesson, and that won’t be happening again I assure you that! Compensation would be nice, but I doubt that would even happen. All I can say at this point is sufix has lost a very long time loyal client. Hopefully nobody had to experience what I went through. I’m extremely disappointed, but I’m sure another braid company will more than appreciate my hard earned money. Major fail in my book!
From: Mac Collins: Tucson, AZ 7/19/19
Comments: Once I find a line that does the job for me, I’m pretty brand loyal. This stuff has been nothing short of excellent in my experience. I’m not grinding on 5-6 lb fish all day in timber, but in 5 years I can’t say I have ever lost a fish due to it failing. Yeah, it loses its color, but in my home waters, which tend to be pretty murky, it really doesn’t seem to make any difference in the amount of bites I get. And like any braid, rub it over logs and rocks all day and it will fray, but jeez check your knots and line regularly and that should be enough… In those situations I’ll either size up the line or tie on a fluoro leader with an FG knot, and I don’t break off fish. The same for line shy fish. I sure don’t know everything, but know it does the job for me, and I try and stick with what I know.
From: Unknown 5/25/19
Comments: I wanted to love this braid but it REALLY bleeds, the line guide in my brand new Curado K is now moss green and it is almost white after 4 fishing trips! The 30lb also digs into the spool a ton. Overall it isn’t terrible but for the price is expected more:(
From: Ronin: Lewes, DE 11/25/18
Comments: Best braid you can buy…..yes the color fades quickly but it does not affect the integrity of the line. I have tried the new sunline plasma…..it broke in the spool…..sufix braid is superior.
From: Keith: Birmingham 11/8/18
Comments: I love this braided line! I use 30 lb on my casting gear (still on my very first spool and it has faded but I don’t see it as a big deal as it took a few months; my spool is well broken in and it is even better than when it was new) to a leader of 10-15 lb mono or fluorocarbon for a wide range of applications from jigs to cranks and topwater. As for spinning gear I use 10-20 lb with a leader from 8-12 lb monofilament. I use a swivel, an fg knot, or a uni to uni to connect my leader depending on the application and if I am casting or just flipping and pitching. I highly recommend this line to anyone using casting gear of spinning gear.
From: Gabe: Tennessee 10/2/18
Comments: this line is strong and durable, however, it needs to be changed out much more frequently than usual. It frays fairly easily, but it doesnt bother me too much because i dont break off on #20 line. the main downside is this line has the absolute worst discoloration i have ever seen. Took ten casts, looked don at my spooland it was like a pale white color.
From: Unknonwn 8/20/18
Comments: Best Braid I’ve used thus far I’ve tried powerpro and had nothing but bad experience (color fading within the first few cast, limp, not and smooth) on my baitcaster and spinning reel. I switched over to suffix and the problems disappeared.
From: J: Boston, MA 7/17/18
Comments: I have it on every reel I use. I have tried powerpro, spider wire, and several others and although some were decent I have found this to have a very good diameter and therefore cast farther than the others. Look, the people talking about this line being bad either dont take care of their stuff, know how to cast, know how to tie knots, or dont replace the line when it needs it. However when it comes to changing line I haven’t even done it yet. Ive been using it on one particular reel for a little over a year and its faded but still good. Store it in a reasonable location where it wont get too hot or cold and you’re golden.
From: Evan: Maine 7/3/18
Comments: From what I can tell if anyone has had a bad review of this line it is likely due to poor knot tying or that they don’t know what knots to tie for braid or they just don’t take care of their stuff. Microscopic nicks in the line may happen from time to time, but if someone is using a blood knot for braid…. it doesn’t matter how good the braid is anyways, it is going to unravel. Tie a palomar, then write a review. Also don’t expect 30# to be able to winch 5 pounders out of a hydrilla bed. And when it comes to fading it shouldn’t matter, if you are using braid for a technique that requires the fish to not see the line, maybe you shouldn’t be using braid. I LOVE THIS STUFF and won’t ever switch because of the confidence i have in it.
From: Ethan 3/28/18
Comments: Ok, so I have been using 832 on all of my reels for over 6 years and it’s been super braid over all the other top braids out there and it’s been hands down the (best). Recently I’ve been having a lot of break offs…even in mid air when casting…3 metaniums all on Duckett micro magic pros, so all my equipment is new and i have gone threw the eyes on my poles with a magnify glass and there good.. So disappointed now…Plus it’s starting to take a major toll on my wallet since every break off is at least a 10$ bill that’s flying threw the air and sinking to the bottom of the water. Only used In fresh water never brack or salt and always 30#..called the company and was told to send it back to TW? No other option was given…so another jab…I have hundreds of dollars in lost lures and this braid, how can I send back a lure I don’t have? Or return used brain? Just, as stated I have become very disapointed…. So a new quest to find a new braid$$$$$ more lost money
From: Olman: Cape coral 2/1/18
Comments: I will never buy this again it may not be the worst braid but is still way down on the crap list I won’t use anything but Power Pro
From: Jeffrey: Mobile, Alabama 12/11/17
Comments: I almost swore off braided line because I had such trouble with break offs on another brand (PP). I’d throw a spinner bait, and watch it snap off on the 3rd or 4th cast, and watch it sink. I’ve switched to the 832, and absolutely love it. There’s a large pond near me that has decent I’m bass (3-4lb range) and way too many northern pike, doesn’t matter. No leader, straight brand, and I can throw bladed jigs and they get hammered by pike, and I never lose them. I must have caught 50 + this year, and this line in 30lb, and 50lb horses them in. 832 will be my go to braid from now on.
From: Franco: Toronto, ON, Canada 10/31/17
Comments: Casts poorly won’t use on baitcasters just rat nests on me too easily. If you like this try Daiwa J Braid much better and cheaper. Only pro of 832 is it came with some handy braid cutting scissors.
From: Mike: Chesapeake,VA 10/15/17
Comments: I’ve been trying new braids recently and I have to say this line did the job good. I was able to horse 5 pounders out of submerged trees without even a nick in the line. On the other hand the line is a bit too stiff and backlashes happen once in a while. Other than that the braid is just as good as power pro and sunline.
From: John – Massachusetts 9/29/17
Comments: Amazing braid. Have used: 20lb on a MH spinning setup when I first started fishing, lasted almost 2 years w/ no breaks. Currently use 10lb on a ML spinning setup for all applications and its great, and the neon lime 10lb on a M 7’4″ spinning setup also. Never broken off a fish and anytime I have had to break a snag it has broken at the leader knot. The color does fade, but it’s braided line and that is expected. It does not turn white though, for me it has always turned a very chalky faded green (both the neon lime and green).
From: Weston: AR 7/3/17
Comments: I have tried all other braids out there with my go to being original fireline. It is rough casting though, so tried the Sufix performance braid on a punch rod. It does ok I guess, hard to tell since 80 pound line and won’t break on normal use, but does loose color and fray easily after a few hours punching grass mats. I then tried this stuff in 30 pound test to be used as a heavy plug/spinner-bait rod. What a waste of money. Tied on a brand new 3/8oz rubber casting plug and on the fourth cast in my freshly mowed lawn, with a brand new Daiwa reel strapped to a brand new Powell rod, the line broke about 10ft from the casting plug when i went to reel it in. There were no limbs or anything for it to hang on, just grass roots sticking up catching plug every now and then. I gave it a light “pop” but line broke in the air, not at the plug or anywhere near the ground. I then took it inside and noticed that if I bent the line, it would almost act like the fibers were fracturing, turning a lighter color of green, and would almost start to fray/come apart. It does cast very well though, but I will not waste my money on it again. I pulled all of the line off of my reel hoping to return it, but Sufix/Rapala is saying return it to place I bought it, and TW says send it to Sufix. $32 down the drain aft
er 5 mins in the yard.
From: Jr: Florida 4/24/17
Comments: This line has performed very well for me. Never had anything break off. The color did fade rather quickly for me.
From: Drake: McGregor, IA 8/10/16
Comments: Great line as far as strength & castability is concerned, but absolutely horrible color fade. My line turned into a very light olive green color within 2 solid days of use. I don’t know if I just got a bad batch or what. I’ve heard such great things about this line & I made the switch from regular PowerPro spectra. Even that line stays darker longer. I think the next stuff I will try is Sunline FX2.
From: Kevin: NY 7/16/16
Comments: This is the only braid I will use, only complaint I have is that the line loses its color, not affecting it’s performance though. Awesome product!
From: Alec: USA 6/13/160
Comments: Picked up a spool of 50# last year after several issues with Spiderweb Stealth. Have straightened hooks out using this without line breaks. Casts a mile. Strong and abrasion resistant to rip through the toughest of weeds to wrench those bass out of cover. Will continue to use this on all my casters
From: Dennis: IN 3/28/16
Comments: I figured that I would wait until the end of the fishing season to post my review on this line. I strictly used power pro. I seen an add for this in my in fisherman magazine & decided to give it a shot. now all of my braid rods have 832 on them. 50 lb for flipping & swimbaits. 30 for everything else baitcasting wise and 20 in the ghost for my spinning outfits. yes the color does go but that doesn’t seem to affect performance. I haven’t had one break off from a bad cast on a bait caster. spinning gear is a whole different ballpark. spooled up some 20lb for a trip to Colorado for some trout throwing jerkbaits. every now & again it would get all wrapped up in the guides and get knots from hell. caused me to snap off mid cast. going to run it to the ground and see how it does now
From: Dustin: Spokane, WA 10/29/15
Comments: This is the only braid I use, I used to use Fireline but switched to this. No complaints. The color seems to fade but its strong and I have had no problems with gunk on my finger, rod, or reel from the fading color.
From: Sam: Bemidji, MN 7/4/15
Comments: I’ve fished the same line on at least 8 of my setups including a spinning for over a year and caught hundreds even thousands of fish and have had NO problems whatsoever. This is the best braid on the market.
From: Billy: NJ 6/18/15
Comments: Pretty decent braid. I only got to fish it for about a month before I put everything away for the winter. It is much quieter than power pro, and handles pretty well. One thing i’m not crazy about is the fact that the coating is just a tad bit sticky, but it will probably go away with use. My experience with the 50lb test has been great for pitching jigs. Good abrasion resistance, and not much color bleed. I haven’t got any on my hands or reel, so only time will tell. Also not a single break off. (Palomar knot)
From: Chris: ME 12/15/14
Comments: It’s the best. I can cast it a mile. It’s quiet. It handles great. From the 20# as my main line on spinning tackle, to 65# for froggin’ or punching mats, it is rock solid. Use your old Power Pro to put chalk lines on lumber to mark your cuts. There isn’t anything better than 832 right now.
From: Mac: Longview, TX 11/26/14
Comments: Top quality braid, casts better than others and handles well. No problems with 20 lb test on baitcast gear. Only negative is loses color fairly quickly but just run a green or black sharpie down the last few feet and it works better anyways.
From: Joe: Salem, OH 9/19/14
Comments: Casts well. Ties knots well. Way less back lashes than any other line. Very strong. Color will fade some, but what braided line doesn’t fade? Lo-vis green works well in all water clarity’s. I tried the camo and I highly don’t recommend it if the water is even remotely clear. I would only use the camo color of this line in very muddy/coffee stained water.
From: Seth: Pittsburgh, PA 7/7/14
Comments: This is literally the best braid that I have ever used and I would be shocked to find a better one on the market. I caught a 48′ muskie last summer on 30lb braid while fishing for bass. The line held up great and I landed it no problem. If you are looking for an awesome line look no further!!
From: Ryan: WI 4/12/14
Comments: For the price it’s a great all around braid, if your going to go over 40lbs just go to sunline fx2 but if your staying around 30lbs this is the best choice. This braid will fade a little bit over time but this does not effect strength at all. Very strong smooth braid that will not break off. Another great line product by Suffix
From: Simon: Ohio
Comments: This is honestly the greatest braid I’ve ever used, it’s incredibly sensitive, never backlashes, and doesn’t wear out. I’ve had pulled a 4 pounder through thick grass and cattails and it still held up! This stuff is the bomb! I will never buy another type of braided line!
From: Ethan: KS
Comments: I am satisfied with this line, it cast really well, and I find the knot is easy to tie and very strong. I change the hook before I have to re-tie. This line is very versatile and outlasts most braids. This line sinks really well when it comes to flipping and pitching, I just dont recommend it with a floating frog/lure,since the line doesnt sit on top the surface for long. Good Product
From: Cody: Baton Rouge, LA
Comments: Good line, from what I can tell. I haven’t used it yet, but it is very limp and won’t fray.
From: Nathan: Potomac, MD
Comments: this a great braid. It cast like a dream and handles well. The only problem I hav is the line starts to dig every now and then. It’s a great braid but if u want better I suggest performance by sufix, it’s the best
From: Ryan: Chitown, IL
Comments: Fishing in Lake Guerrero I need a good abrassion resistance line, thats why I use 50lb braid for my deep crankbaits. Last weekend I got snaged several times and didnt have a break and the line looked like new. trust me this line is awesome. making 60 plus yard casts with no problem at all. I use the 65lb for all my worm and jig fishing and havent had ANY problem at all.
From: Jose: Tamaulipas, Mexico
Comments: I have spooled up some of this 40 lb braid, and all I can say is wow! With my Tour KVD Baitcasting Reel I can cast this braid farther than fluorocarbon. Like all braids it makes some noise, but not as much as some. This is the first spool I have bought, and I will buy many more 🙂
From: Kyle: MI
Comments: The 832 is by far the best 8 braid in the market for diameter to strength ratio. Only down side is that it makes the competitors jelly and post negative comments and confused potential buyers. But who cares as I know I am using the best line right now.
From: 67er: Red Dot
Comments: Not drinking the Kool Aid on this. I’ve been using braid for bass fishing since you had to buy it as kite string and color it yourself. I must say I’m not impressed with 832. The color fades when you look at it wrong. Frays easily as well. I’m going back to Spiderwire.
Comments: This a great braid. I’ve used it on my pike/musky set-ups, and never had a problem with green stuff getting all over, or line strength. Like all braids, the color fades. This problem however, does not affect the preformance. If your worried about color fade, do what the pro’s do and color the line with a perment marker. After all, I think the folks at ICAST know a winner when they see one. Thank you sufix for a great product!!!!
From: Mrbond007: East Lansing, MI
Comments: Worst braid i ever used.. Changed color in less than a day.. Went from green to almost white… Then the braid starts feeling slugish and thick.. Toss this stuff.. Sunline FX2 is the best
From: Sonny: East Wareham, MA
Comments: Casting is good. Smoothness is great. Strength is just okay. Color fades away faster than I would like. I’ve used 832 in 20 and 30 pound test. Was getting some break-offs with the 20-pound test in some light to moderate cover, but the 30-pound test held up well enough. Good all-around line but for me, it’s not significantly better than Sufix Performance Braid. PP Spectra is tougher, but not nearly as smooth as SPB or 832.
From: Pete: City of Lakes, MN
Comments: Good value line, its soft and strong but is quite thick in diameter compared to what i usually use. Ive given it a decent run in fresh and salt water here in Australia and it hasn’t let me down. Only negatives are it is thick and the colour fades, for a cheap braid its good.
From: Craig: NSW Australia
Comments: Anyone else have a issue with the green from the line gunking up any reels? I’ve used P Pro in the past but the baitcaster I put this on seems to have a lot more of the powder from the green coloring sticking to the reel. The line casts great and seems to be more resistant to frays. The color loss of the line, to me, doesn’t seem any worse than the P Pro but, I am going to have to send my reel in to get cleaned professional due to all the green residue in every nook on my reel.
From: Dave: Rogers, MN
Comments: I purchased a 600 yd spool of 65lb to fill a few of my Curado 300e’s since I fish heavy saltwater kelp. After the first time out, the line in one of the reels is slowly fraying apart. The color of the line is noticeably lighter as well. After a couple more uses, the line keeps getting lighter. It casts well, but other than that, it does not last and it cost much more than Power Pro. I personally would not recommend this line. I’ll be going back to using Power Pro.
From: Jayson: CA
Comments: Great line. But in 1-2hrs it loses its color and turns almost white…. LOL
From: Sonny: East Wareham, MA
Comments: Not impressed. I stripped it off after a few uses and went back to Power Pro.
From: Guido, Canada
Comments: The line is very quiet through my duckett micro guide rods but the first few weeks it did bleed quite a bit turning my fingers and part of the rod green but aside from that it is a great line, very tough and worth the money just wish I could find a quite braid that doesnt turn my fingers and rods green
From: Nathan: MS
Comments: at first i thought this line was a joke, got a spool for free and didnt use it. needed braid and was out of power pro so i gave it a shot. it is horrible on spinning gear, but on baitcasting gear it is a completely different line. extremely strong and extremely smooth i was surprised. i thought the gore was just a gimmick but it actually is extremely strong and durable.
From: Max: WI
Comments: Man, a lot of conflicting opinions on here. I haven’t had any problems with this stuff, and I have it on several rods that get heavy use. No signficant fraying, no breaking, no more line fading than any other brand. I feel like I get a little truer connection to the lure thanks to the line sinking instead of all floating on top. Its a little quieter through the guides as well. I dig it. Big J tested, Big J approved.
From: Big J: Houston, TX
Comments: The absolute best braid on the market, I’ve been froggin with this line with the 50 lb test and this line is tough as steel! Super sensitive, casts well, and no noise when it comes through the guides, after all it didn’t win best fishing line at I-CAST for nothing!!!
From: Mrbond007: East Lansing, MI
Comments: My brother and I put this braid to the test on one of the biggest bass team trails in the South East(Tom’s Marine), and it passed our test! We used the 832 50 pound with both a floro leader and tied directly to the braid(pitching & flipping). Hands down the strongest and smoothest braid on the market!
From: Donald: Elizabethton, TN
Comments: As a big carp angler ive used all kinds of braid. The 832 50 pound is the stronges braid ive used to date. We fish for big carp in some of the heaviest snagg waters in South Africa and 832 has not dissapointed. Recently had a fish snag me up in a four meter tree and managed to uproot the tree and fish with no problem. Also found that the braid sinks quiker than its counter part Suffix performance braid. Colour loss is something all braids have. My money is on Sufix 832
From: Barry: South Africa
Comments: Color does fade, but it definitely casts smoother and easier than any other braid, very happy with it
From: Dave: Aurora, IL
Comments: The line does fade but it casts easier than any other braided line i’ve used…Doesn’t get it self tangled and doesn’t seem to dig into itself…4 pot of 4 stars
From: Barry: Sugar Grove, IL
Comments: Line color fades way to quick! Loses its slickness. Way too much money for sub par line. I will stick with Cabelas ripcord si+. It is the best braid I have ever used. I have had it on one rod only used for top water for 3 years and it still works great!
From: Shawn: Lincoln, NE
Comments: This line fades really quick but it is also really quite through the guides. braid is braid
From: Andrew: SoCal
Comments: My wife bought me a spool of the 832. I saved for my tournament in Kentucky. I made 4 casts with a crankbait. The line broke twenty yards into the spool. Very much junk line. Big hype!
From: Peter: Machiasport, ME
Comments: Absolutely love this line. I use it in 30lb and 50lb test for my reels. The color does fade over time, but then again what braid doesn’t. I used to use powerpro over this, but sufix 832 seems to be more quiet than powerpro through guides. I still use powerpro, but only because of their yellow line.
From: Mike: Waukesha, WI