Definition of braided line
This line is created by weaving very small strands of Dyneema, Spectra or Dacron fibers together to form a single braided line. The reason fishermen select this line is because its diameter is typically 25-30% smaller than other lines of the same breaking strength, allowing you to fit much more line on your spool and creates less resistance when being pulled through the water. It has virtually no stretch, creating almost instant hook sets. The line is very light weight so it can float easily and is very flexible creating almost zero line memory.
Variations of the term braided line
How to use braided line in a sentence
The anglers prefer braided line due to its small diameter and lack of memory.