How do Seaguar's fluorocarbon fishing leader lines sound in terms of accuracy of intonation and tone compared to fluorocarbon classical strings such as DAddario EJ46FF or other brands.
Per Seaguar's site, both the premier and blue label are made with DSF technology:
"Double Structure Fluorocarbon (DSF) creates two custom, 100% Seaguar fluorocarbon resins: a softer exterior resin to enhance knot strength and a high-density interior resin to improve tensile strength that are extruded together as one solid piece. The end result is a high performance fluorocarbon line that offers anglers tremendous application flexibility."
I wonder if the failure of your blue label and not the premier is due to manufacturing defect with the blue label? DSF makes it a more complicated process where more can go wrong IMO.
Thinking out loud here. If perfect control of the 2 densities through the entire length of the line is not achieved, or if adherence between the 2 densities is not 100% for some reasons, then shredding or intonation problems can occur.
Seaguar does make single density fluorocarbon in pink label with suitable diameters for the trebles. Has anyone tried those and how do they sound and how's the intonation?