Monofilament or mono is not just the best saltwater fishing line for the majority of applications, but it's also one of the most sought-after. Mono is light, strong, and subtle is water-resistant and has a strong knot. Monofilament can also be more resistant to abrasion than braided lines, has a the highest test of width-to-pound and is able to stretch longer than saltwater braided line. The best mono is one that has an extremely thin diameter and little memory, meaning it does not retain loops once it is removed from the spool. Choose a line that has the lowest ratio of diameter-to-pound to get the most efficient performance. Monofilament can break down in direct sunlight. It should be replaced every six months to a full year according to how frequently it is employed.
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