Wednesday, 19 April 2017

Traditional Fish Catching Using Fly Rods

The thrill of catching fish either for the joy of catching it or for making a meal out of it on weekend vacations is an experience by itself. Fly fishing is the most revered style of fishing.  This kind of fishing is usually seen on charter fishing as well as a recreational activity. Flies were traditionally used by early fishermen to catch fishes. Dead flies were attached on one end to attract fishes to the surface of the water and get hold of the flies. This technique was copied by fishermen from nature and was effectively implemented by them to mimic the naturally occurring phenomenon. These Fly Rods were initially made of bamboo of high quality and the recent ones made of bamboo are a classic piece which an avid collector would not miss out on.

Japanese technology, engineering and manufacturing techniques have a high precision and the quality of the rod is impeccable. The rods that come out these days are mostly of graphite carbon fiber that is known for supreme standard of quality, lightweight and sturdy. These Fly Rods have a reelon the handle and are not very long. Usually, these rods are not telescopic, i.e. their poles do not extend as when required. They are of fixed length to whole string end, an artificial fly is attached and fishes are caught.


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