The largest stress comes on the hookset. Hence why Bo broke the old 14lb line so easily, ever see his hookset.
So look at what type of lure and the situation you are fishing to determine line weight, diameter, and type.
Jigs and heavy t-rigs are going to need heavier line in a braid because of the shock factor on those quick and hard hooksets with a stiffer rod. If using a mono the line power can be taken down a lot due to the stretch in the line giving you less stress on the line itself.
Now cranking and other moving baits need far less of a hookset to penetrate the fish mouths. You can get away with a lot less power in your line. As the bait is already moving and will the hooks are generally less bulky. This is just for hooksets. As there are many other reasons also for smaller line diameters and powers in moving baits.
Flouros have a real problem built in to there very nature. Using flouro for jigs is going to need a much heavier line than mono. Flouro has some stretch but not enough IMO to compensate for those He-Man hooksets. Break offs are going to happen with flouro more often than the other two. To fix it would require a line power that would make it uncastable.