Fly Casting on Small Streams
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Fly Casting on Small Streams

Fly Casting on Small Streams




      

Fly Casting on Small Streams


Fly Casting on Small Streams

Under normal conditions flies and bait are about equally successful for small brook fishing. While it is a fact that real fly-fishing or rather fly-casting, is precluded by the nature of the stream, still the mountain brook is no place for the duffer with a fly-rod. Indeed, a small stream of this sort requires a deftness, skill, and versatility of expedients in handling rod, line, and flies that is unknown on the larger streams in the open where free casting is the rule. The problem is to get the flies out from twenty to thirty feet without casting in the usual manner, and it is not always an easy one.

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

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