There are many things to like about braided line…

It’s strong and thin, it allows you to feel your bait or lure well, has little to no memory, and is very durable.

And speaking of durable…

One mistake people make that costs them time and money is that they replace their braided line way more often than they should.

Unlike monofilament, braided line can stay on a reel for years without losing any performance.

Yes, the color might fade a little bit, but for the most part, you rarely need to replace your braided line.

However, there are two reasons, in particular, that would cause you to want to swap it out.

I’m going to share those two reasons with you in this video, as well as what causes them.

(Hint: take care of your rod and reel and you’ll need to replace your line much less frequently!)

Have any questions about changing out your braided line?

Let me know in the comments below.

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