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Best color fishing line (mono and braid)?

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How to Pick Your Fishing Line Color | Sport Fishing Magazine

But controlled laboratory tests have shown that bass can identify and differentiate line colors. Tests have demonstrated that by striking certain colored fishing line they can get a reward while some colors offer a negative response. In time they avoid the colored line that brought them discomfort. What does this prove? That they can differentiate between colors, not that they equate a line attached to a lure as a dangerous.

But controlled laboratory tests have shown that bass can identify and differentiate line colors. Tests have demonstrated that by striking certain colored fishing line they can get a reward while some colors offer a negative response. In time they avoid the colored line that brought them discomfort. What does this prove? That they can differentiate between colors, not that they equate a line attached to a lure as a dangerous.

Best Fishing Line Color - Bass Fishing and Catching

06-15-2013, 01:22 PM   #1
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Best color fishing line (mono and braid)??

In your opinion, which color mono disappears best in water?

Which color braid?
 

Power Pro Spectra Fiber Braided Fishing Line.

Different colors of fishing line are used in different water conditions. Anglers take into account what each color of line will look like underwater, and many also have preferences regarding what the line color looks like above the water. It is relatively easy to choose a fishing line color for a variety of environments.

But controlled laboratory tests have shown that bass can identify and differentiate line colors. Tests have demonstrated that by striking certain colored fishing line they can get a reward while some colors offer a negative response. In time they avoid the colored line that brought them discomfort. What does this prove? That they can differentiate between colors, not that they equate a line attached to a lure as a dangerous.