Braided fishing line is composed of synthetic fibers that are woven together, forming an ultra-strong, wire-like line. Prior to the 1930s, Dacron was the material mainly used for the production of fishing line. However, in 1938, nylon was discovered, and this new advent overtook Dacron as the primary material used to make fishing line. In the 1990s, technological advances led to the production of the first synthetic braided line, using materials such as Kevlar and Lycra, and this product overtook the previously popular microfilament fiber as the main source of braided fishing line.
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