Spiderwire is known for its anti-stretching, just-right amount of coating and easy casting. With saltwater and freshwater lines, Spiderwire is available in eight different varieties.
Product information: Spiderwire.com
Sufix Braided Line
Like Spiderwire, Sufix Performance braided line is known for its solid coating and strong resistance to abrasion and guide friction. It knots well and isn't prone to stretching.
Product information: Sufix.com
Diamond makes a wide range of lines. Its Diamond Braid line is a round, hollow-core line that aids in tighter reel winding and better casting. It creates strong knots and allows for quick action.
Product information: Diamondfishing.com
PowerPro braided lines are strong and known for their strong knotting capabilities, especially with the use of leaders. Comparatively, PowerPro lines cast well, aren't terribly prone to stretching and perform well in windy conditions.
Product information: Powerpro.com
Cabela's Dacron Braided Line
Cabela's own Dacron braided line is popular, strong and surprisingly inexpensive (about $15 to $30 for 200 yards, as of September 2009). It is known for resisting mildew, forming strong knots and making quiet, long casts.
Product Information: Cabelas.com
Berkley Fireline Tracer is made with the company's patented Radial technology. Aside from its sleek color-coding, Tracer line cuts wind well, makes solid knots, and boasts an extremely smooth and strong texture.
Product information: Berkley-fishing.com