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Monofilament Vs. Copolymer Fishing Line

One of the most difficult things any angler must do is determine what fishing line to use in what situations. For decades, the choice was not one of composition, but brand. Monofilament fishing line dominated the market. It has been joined in more recent years by the copolymer fishing line. While it has properties very similar to a monofilament, copolymer resins offer some advantages and disadvantages. Often the choice may come down to the type of fishing the angler is doing.

Elasticity

In this particular case, the copolymer line is superior. This elasticity not only helps prevent the hook from being pulled out of the fish's mouth but also makes for easier and more accurate casting. At the same time, this will allow some jigs to act more naturally in the water, which can be of a concern when working with lures in deeper water.

Memory

The copolymer fishing line also has an advantage here, which also aids in casting. One of the problems with true monofilament lines is that they often retain their memory, which leads to problems when casting and retrieving the line. This memory keeps the line in loops, or wanting to go in loops, even when the desire is for it to be perfectly straight. Tangles and "bird's nests" can result from line that retains too much memory.

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