Setting the Hook while Fly Fishing at Distance
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Setting the Hook while Fly Fishing at Distance

Setting the Hook while Fly Fishing at Distance




      

Setting the Hook while Fly Fishing at Distance


Setting the Hook while Fly Fishing at Distance



Successful fly-casting fine and far-off requires, however, something more than the ability to get out a long line and lay it down straight and softly. The angler must be able to strike his trout without over-many misses and also to play him, both at the end of a long line. Consistently successful striking at long distances is, in addition to the usual requirements of quick eye and snappy wrist, purely dependent upon a taut line. An actually taut line, however, is not possible when distance casting; more or less sag is bound to occur in proportion to the rate at which the line is stripped in and the backward motion of the rod. Striking, when a long line is out, should therefore be done with more force, quicker than when using a short line. The backward motion of the rod must first take up the slack line before sufficient draw is imparted to the hook to set it firmly.

Fly-fishing fine and far-off is a pretty difficult game to play successfully—a game of skill purely and one, moreover, at which every fly-fisherman should strive to become expert—in spite of the fact that in this respect the expression "many are called but few are chosen" holds true as well as in any other branch of sport in which the highest form of skill and greatest amount of experience are required.

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

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