It seems, in my searching, that the primary environmental disadvantage to monofilament is its transparency when discarded in the water. Birds, fish and other marine life get caught in the discarded string and die needlessly (as opposed to purposeful catching). Braided fishing lines are more visable, and less likely to cause harm. Though it seems that, if you prefer the monofilament, careful disposal should be enough to negate the environmental damage.
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