First off this question pertains mainly to steelhead but I guess it could also pertain to other types of fishing too. Ive read that as the river water clears and gets lower that the tippet section of the line should be scaled down to a 6, 4 or in gin clear conditions an unbelievable 2lb test and in higher, dirtier water that a heavier tippet can be used. My question is if youre using a fluorocarbon line and its suppose to be invisible under water what difference does it make. I would like to use an 10lb fluorocarbon tippet to make sure I dont have as many break offs. Will using a heavier fluorocarbon tippet all the time reduce my hook up percentage? Thanks in advance.