Selecting a Fly Rod with the Correct Bend
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Selecting a Fly Rod with the Correct Bend

Selecting a Fly Rod with the Correct Bend




      

Selecting a Fly Rod with the Correct Bend


Selecting a Fly Rod with the Correct Bend

Select a rod that bends equally from hand grasp to tip-end, one that balances well—is not either tip or butt heavy—and is not too limber or whippy. The whippy rod is a poor caster and one with which it is difficult to hook and play a fish properly. Fly-rods from nine to ten feet in length should weigh from five to six and a quarter ounces.

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

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