I've had this argument for a long time now but I keep seeing guys touting the "no stretch" quailties of flouro, well I'm going to post a link to some tests that were done and in ALL test, it stretched, and in a good bit of the tests it stretched more than mono. Now if you fish flouro because of abrasion resistance or it's invisibility, or because it sinks, great, but if it's because it doesn't stretch...Well you may as well buy braid! I was looking for the last 2 years for some line test on flouro because I tried it and it was too stiff for my taste and although the manufacturer claimed it didn't stretch I wasn't convinced, I had got hung up on some rocks while using it and as I was pulling on the line it was stretching, in fact it had a bunch more stretch than the mono I normally use! Now there are some brands that have alot less stretch than mono but they all stretch to a certain degree, and not just a tad but a considerable amount, too much to making the no stretch claim. I want to let people know so they aren't wasting money on it for that reason, I'm not bashing or condemming anyone for using it, just trying to get the facts out there because it's not the first time big companies make false claims. Check it out ...http://www.tackletour.com/reviewfluorocarbon2.html I can't get the link to work so you have to copy and paste it in your ddress bar. sorry.