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The technical advances within the sport of fly fishing have been nothing short of breathtaking in the last 10 years or so. The advent of multi-modulus layups and improved resins have changed rod design at a fundamental level, while micro-replication and advances in plastics have done the same for fly lines.Yet, at the core of things, the sport remains one of basic simplicity – fool a fish into eating something he shouldn’t through proper presentation and mimicry.
A lot of serious fly casters have dreamt, “Some day I’m gonna have a rod just like that.” That rod of course is made of split bamboo. So when the day arrives for Mr. or Ms. Angler to acquire a split bamboo fly rod, how does he or she make a wise choice? My advice is to consider two things before making that long awaited purchase: first, who made the rod and second, what rod action or taper design will fit your style of fishing.
What's the hot fly?
As simple and straight-forward as the question may be, selecting – and more importantly, fishing – the right fly is not always easy.
When a customer asks me which fly or flies they should get, my first question is, “How do you want to fish?”