Fishing line

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A spool of monofilament fishing line

A fishing line is a thin flexible string or line intended for angling. It can be made from any of a number of materials. Monofilament is the most common.[1] It is made from a single fiber of plastic. Fishing line is rated for its breaking strength, castability, and knot strength. Abrasion resistance is another good quality of a fishing line.

References[change | change source]

  1. Ron Garrison, The Everything Fishing Book: Grab Your Tackle Box and Get Hooked on America's Favorite Sport (Avon, MA: Adams Media, 2003.), p. 70