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Find "Casting That Fly 1/2 - Basics/Advanced" on this page

Casting That Fly

Go to "Henning's Setup"

Henning's Setup

Proceed to "What is fly-fishing?" here

What is fly-fishing?

Directly to "Tom's Line Winder"

Tom's Line Winder

Click to see "Capt. Mel's Tube Knot"

Capt. Mel's Tube Knot

Go to "Sea Trout Gear"

Sea Trout Gear

Proceed to "Fly fishing knots" here

Fly fishing knots

More about "How to act right"

How to act right

Click to see "How to look good"

How to look good

Go to the article "Shooting lines"

Shooting lines

Find "Fly Line Blues" on this page

Fly Line Blues

See "Balance beam" by clicking here

Balance beam

Videos with "Fly lines - All about the lines used for fly fishing" - More videos about about this subject
Capt. Mel's Tube Knot
After years of seeing knots that either were so bulky they had a hard time going through the guides or worse they failed causing the loss of a good fish, I found a way to jam the fly line core up against an ordinary nail knot. This knot is as strong as the fly line, and as you will see it's also very small. See our article about this knot.
RIO - Making the Fly Line
Ever wondered how a fly line is made? With great pride, RIO has opened its tightly controlled doors and produced a short film on just how a fly line is made. If you want to know what goes into making the fly line you fish with, check this fascinating film out...
Smoky Mountain Fly Fishing
The Smoky Mountains are as old as time and remain one of the last few wild trout refuges in the Eastern United States.

About "Fly lines - All about the lines used for fly fishing" from Blog Creek GFF's weblog
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