Don't worry, it will be 100lb test with single barbless hooks. That's how I always fish. From everything I have seen, fluoro is actually easier on the fish, especially if they roll. That's one of the main reasons I am switching from wire. Apart from that, I generally wait for the fish to take the lure and then swim away from me to set the hook. This works really well with soft plastics, and 95% of the time the hook is right in the corner of the mouth so that the leader never touches the teeth.
"...if they roll..." - good point. How you play a fish can be a big factor. 12-20 lb fluoro should do the trick in most cases if your gear is properly sized and you can bring the fish in without letting the line get tangled and drag across their teeth multiple times. Just check your after each fish and you should be OK.