Items for Strip Casting
Necessary items in the outfit not mentioned above are a small tackle box and a landing net. The latter will save many large bass which would otherwise be lost by bungling attempts to get them into the boat—a six-ounce fly-rod is a mighty poor tool with which to "derrick" a four-pound bass.
A modification of strip-casting—or possibly fly-casting, as it is difficult to determine which method is most closely approximated—exists in the use of small, light fly-spoons in connection with single-hook bass flies (these fly spoons are practically the same as those mentioned for use in strip-casting, but the smallest sizes should be used) on ordinary fly-casting tackle.
Camp, Samuel Granger. The Fine Art of Fishing. New York: Outing Pub., 1911. Print.
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