Like Lee, I use hi vis braids in neon yellow & neon red, and tie direct. I like them because they're easy to see, and have also used the low vis green lines & can't say I see any difference in my catch rate. Maybe, I even do a bit better with the hi vis lines because I can detect bites better. Can't say I'm missing anything because of a worry about fish seeing the line either. Bass bite the jigs I'm tossing or anything else for which I've used the hi vis braids. Same goes for Striped Bass fishing also!
All this discussion & concern about fish seeing the line assumes the fish will have a negative reaction to it. I've seen them bolt because of a fly line slapping the water, or even because of the shadow a fly line can make in shallow water, both being different scenarios, but have yet to observe any fish near my hi vis braided line that seemed concerned over it. The line is just another "thing" to them, like a twig or vegetation that is normal in their environment. Since the line moves, I'll bet they can sense the vibrations with their lateral line, but again they can likely do that with most anything that creates any vibration or moves water & various things that they may see all the time probably does that. I'm sure they learn the difference between a threat & what's normally going on around them. Chances are the lure that's attached to the line is going to be the focus of their attention since it's going to be putting off a different type of vibration, and should be pushing more water than the line. If you really think about this logically, even bass will swim into a gill net, something they can likely easily see, and that's a lot larger than our fishing lines. Again, unless they perceive it to be a threat, they're not going to react negatively to the color of a line we use to fish with. It's entirely possible, some individual fish, after being caught multiple times might associate a line, or it's color to something bad, but even that is stretching the "what if" pretty far. IF, I spent all my time worrying about such things, I'd give up fishing, and that's not something I'm willing to do. If one bass won't bite my jig because it's learned that line is bad, I'm OK with it, there's plenty of other fish that can still be caught using my hi vis line!
BTW, in the past I've used both Stren & Spiderwire mono type lines in hi vis yellow colors & both were fine. IMO, the Stren stretches a bit more, but that's a different topic!