Creel for Fly Fishing
A nine-pound creel, with "new style" shoulder sling leaving the casting arm free, is most suited to average trout fishing in streams. In the matter of waders it may be said that for general purposes light-weight hip boots are about as good as any. Late in the season it is the best plan to do without waders and wear regular wading shoes, with canvas leggings, or any pair of shoes with small slits cut in them to let out the water. Lightweight knee-high hunting boots are very satisfactory for this purpose; they should be well oiled. Hob-nails not too many, too hard, or too large, are advantageous when wading very rocky streams.
Camp, Samuel Granger. The Fine Art of Fishing. New York: Outing Pub., 1911. Print.
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