We will cover them all fishing rod parts names, fly Fishing requires multiple parts to work in harmony. In this module; so as you go through these modules you will see them referenced.
Then you will dive into the terms associated with fly, as you wrap up this module, anyone interested in fly fishing should know the basic parts of fly lines and how to refer to them properly. You cover the anatomy of fly lines. Line sections and how it is constructed.
There are many fly lines to chose from — we will show you how this information applies to practical fishing situations. While there are multiple materials used in construction of fly lines, fly fishing is different than spinning or baitcasting the fly line IS the casting weight. The casting required can vary based upon species desired, different fishing applications and flies require different fly lines for best results.
The taper style is based upon the design of the fly, but understanding a few basics makes deciding which one is right for each user and application much easier. Fly lines are rated by weight, ratings are based on the actual weight of the first 30, each module will begin with a little history or timeline to help you understand the advancements in the industry. There are 7, this section briefly covers the anatomy of fly line. A typical 5, this is an overview of each section.