I swore off that stuff a while back. Colored water, float fishing, maybe. But these fish are line shy, no doubt about it, couple that with bright sun and clear water, count me out. I've dropped down to 8 pound mono to 8 fluoro leader to cover my bases. If you have good quality leader, I'll drop down to six. The more weight you use and the heavier line, the longer your leader should get, because even if it's a grumpy bruiser that will swipe at everything, odds are that there are a few more timid fish in the hole. And if you make a few casts without getting bit, you know there isn't an aggresive fish just waiting for your gear, because you're more likely to get on that fish in the first ten casts. The rest of the time you're trying to convince a lazy, soft spoken anti-social catholic school fish to get lunch with you while hiding the fact that you've actually stuffed her deviled eggs with razorblades. It's hard enough to get the girl to look at you, let alone have a go at curing some of her roe
In all seriousness, I wouldn't use it. The convenience of the extra visibility isn't worth the risk to me. Stick with maxima ultragreen, and get some sunglasses if you need to look at your line a lot. Or run a long flossing leader so that you're not risking anything. Because when the visibility gets to be 6 or 7 feet, there's no way that a fish looking at your bait doesn't notice that there's some weird shaped gray thingy attached to a big yellow string floating alongside it.