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111. Right hand or left hand? - The debate about whether to use the right hand or the left hand on the fly reel is almost as old as fly-fishing itself. Let's look a bit rationally on the issue at hand... sorry, couldn't help it! - Global FlyFisher

...orrect hand - for casting, for holding the rod, for stripping, for winding line on the reel or for any other operation involved in f... ...onto your casting side. You want the wind to blow the line away from your casting hand. In a boat you will also usually want to keep the line away fro... ...rent coming onto your casting hand, because it transports the line and leader away from itself in front of you where you mostly want to perform the ca... ...not the case, switching hands can solve the problem, and bring the rod and line from the off-curren...

112. 10 easy ways to break a rod - ...or how to avoid it - Global FlyFisher

...ep under the middle arch of the bridge? It requires a narrow loop and good line sp... ... Especially with large, weighted flies. Always pull on the line and never with the rod. The line may cut your fingers and even more so if your hands a... ...slip the line under your foot so that if the fly comes loose, it doesn't shoot straight at you. Warn people in your vicinity. Fly line and mono have u... ... pulled and pulled and finally the line gave way, shooting a split shot straight against my thumb. It turned blue and eventually shed the nail... I gu...

113. Balance beam - A DIY weighing scale for fly-lines and shooting heads - Global FlyFisher

The Global FlyFisher Balance beamBalance beam - A DIY weighing scale for fly-lines and shooting heads - Global FlyFisher First published October 26th

114. Trevor Morgan - Irish born Trevor Morgan designs flies, rods and fly lines, teaches and much more. - Global FlyFisher

... Trevor Morgan - Irish born Trevor Morgan designs flies, rods and fly lines, teaches and much more. - Global FlyFisher First published April 3rd 2012 ... ...and fly lines, teaches and much more. By Trevor Morgan + Trevor Trevor Morgan I was born and educated in Ireland more years ago than I care to admit. ... ...aker who makes the fly boxes in seasoned 10 year old wood and the fly line factory, which makes the range of Javelin fly lines. All this may not rock ... ...d have designed fly rods, fly lines and created over 20 fly patterns. + + + Trevor Trevor Morgan But was it me alone who did this? I think not! There ...

115. The Merrimack River - A portrait of a river - Global FlyFisher

... effective retrieve, when all that happens is your line touches the water then suddenly becomes part of the jetty your are standing on. Specifically a... ...line. This will allow them to be presented two to three feet into the water column and strike zone. Fish them slowly as if crippled, simply because wo... ...e a resting place for their feeding binges. Having more than one line type inside your gear bag is the best bet. I infrequently use a floating line. I... ...ayers of the water column. I like to present my flies with an intermediate line initially, and when current, depth, light condit...

116. Beginners - Keywords - The words we use - Global FlyFisher

... Beginners First setup Reel, backing, line, leader : Most of us know how, but this article is for the ones who never set up a fly reel from scratch. S... ...mony about maintaining your precious fly fishing equipment - Rod, Reel And Line - by tropical fishing guide Roland Henrion. Learn how to prolong the l... ... good and sound advice. Read all his reel maintenance tips in this article Line care Equipment : Third and last part of fishing ... ...care and maintenance. This time on the proper treatment and storage of fly lines. Tired of stiff, coiling lines that makes bird's nests? Then re...

117. Salmon King of the Sea - Global FlyFisher

...e Sea By Martin Bowers Chinook Intro Finding the fish Anchoring Rods Reels Lines Leaders Stripping Basket... ... and then fifty yards of backing leave the reel before the fish stops. The line slackens and moves to the surface. If I'm lucky, t... ...lip on the anchor rope so you can attach a float and return for the anchor line later. This is essential when anchoring to the bottom. Rods The chinoo... ...are essential, and yet others feel short leaders are adequate with sinking lines. Since depth control is not crucial, and the fish are rare enough tha...

118. Common casting errors - Three common errors, their reasons, and the ways to get rid of them - Global FlyFisher

...e too shy to stand on a lawn or at the bank of a canal or pond and throw a line for the sake of practice. Better here than by the fishing water. While... ...the stroke. The rod tip undercuts the plane in which it ought to move. The line will follow the rod tip, therefore the line follows the upw... ...a result a tailing loop is formed and the fly will probably hang up on the line/leader or socalled 'wind knots' will appear on the leader. Too much po... ...asting direction Reason: no pause in cast Cure: wait for the line Timing means to give the line enough time to roll out and straighten. If you cast fo...

119. The Merrimack River - A portrait of a river - Global FlyFisher

... effective retrieve, when all that happens is your line touches the water then suddenly becomes part of the jetty your are standing on. Specifically a... ...line. This will allow them to be presented two to three feet into the water column and strike zone. Fish them slowly as if crippled, simply because wo... ...e a resting place for their feeding binges. Having more than one line type inside your gear bag is the best bet. I infrequently use a floating line. I... ...ayers of the water column. I like to present my flies with an intermediate line initially, and when current, depth, light condit...

120. Global Fly Fisher, Norm Crisp AKA The Wiz, Stream side strategies: three ways of improving your fly line control

... Home Staff Fish better Third way of improving your fly line control AVOID THE LINE LOOP Not keeping up with the current. We are obsessed with prevent... ...st us. I see more people who either don't strip in any line as their fly floats back toward them or, at best, strip it in too slowly. When asked why ,... ...ly. The result is a loop of line below their rod tip and they can't make contact with a fish before it is to late. Don't worry about stripping to fast... ...n adjustments for current changes during the drift. Fly line control Over again: Three ways of improving A Schweitzer/Joergensen Publication Copyright...

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