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As its name implies, monofilament fishing line—or "mono" for short—is a single strand of material, as opposed to multi-filament lines, which are strung from multiple strands that are fused, braided or bundled together. Monofilament fishing lines absorb water, meaning they behave differently beneath the surface than when you’re testing them in the tackle shop. Monofilament can be extruded from different materials, but nylon is by far the most common and popular medium. Fishermen’s Source is offering you the best, strongest monocarbonate fishing line on the market. Load up on what you need today!