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More Action is better in Fly Rods

More Action is better in Fly Rods




      

More Action is better in Fly Rods


More Action is better in Fly Rods

The livelier and more active a fly rod is the better it will cast. A rather stiff rod is generally preferred, especially a stiff first and second section. If you know what a rod should be you can soon pick out a perfect one if you have an opportunity to try them, and that is the way to buy if you are convenient to a sporting goods store. Try switching the rod as in casting and if there is a weak spot in it you can readily feel it. Hold the rod out by the butt and sight along it to see how evenly it droops, then turn it slowly and see whether the droop changes, which it should not. Then attach a line and see how the rod bends; also see that the joints line up well one with another.

Brooks, Lake. The Science of Fishing. Columbus, OH: A.R. Harding, 1912. Print.

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