Dressing a Fly Rod for Trout
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Dressing a Fly Rod for Trout

Dressing a Fly Rod for Trout




      

Dressing a Fly Rod for Trout


Dressing a Fly Rod for Trout

Be sure to have the ferrules and reel-seat of the rod of German silver. This material is stronger, cleaner, and more serviceable than nickeled brass. The hand grasp should be of the sort known in the tackle trade as "solid cork," not a mere sheathing of composition cork over a wooden form. For fly-casting the reel seat must be below the hand-grasp. The guides of the rod should by all means be of the pattern known as English "snake" guides, and their material should be steel or German silver, the former being most suitable because the line will not wear grooves in them as in the softer German silver.

Camp, Samuel Granger. The Fine Art of Fishing. New York: Outing Pub., 1911. Print.

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