By exploring fly fishing, talk to more and more fly fishermen, seek their advice and learn from their experience as well as his own. As your knowledge base grows, its fishing will improve. Soon, you will be that dispenses wisdom of fly fishing. In this section you will find some special situations where you know information that can help give you an advantage.
Launched Fly: Closed loop and open loop
Sometimes called “no loop”. The fishing lines are far apart. This occurs by moving the rod so that the tip moves in an exaggerated convex trajectory.
Closed loop (tight loop)
A loop in which the fishing lines are close together and parallel, produced by a nearly straight line path from the tip of the cane.
Tips and Tricks for fly fishing: Patching
In fly fishing, the fishing line as artificial supplies is patched repositioning in water fly fishing line to extend its new position drift of the fly. The water is patched up (against the wind) or turns cane downstream, which repositions the belly of the line while it is drifting.
The botched is essential for many thrown fly both methods, the released dry and wet fly fishing line require a botched. A simple flip of the wrist repositions the line. A twist upstream tends to reduce the drift speed of the fly, while a drift downstream accelerates fly.
The diversity of the speed of a current causes the need to patch and determines the direction of this. For example, when the fly is is a faster current than the fishing line, patched extends downstream drift of the fly. On the other hand, when the fly is on a slower current your fishing line, patched extends upstream drift of the fly. Since the rare rivers have a uniform current time, the fly fisherman is constantly faced with a mixture of current speeds. Common sense determines the direction in which the fishing line is recommended.
Patched upstream repositions the belly line to float in the same position as the fly, so that the patched lengthens fly drift preventing entrainment.
While fly fishing and constantly monitor the position of the line. As the ratio of the fish with the line changes, correct the line mending in the right direction. Optimally, the objective is to keep the botched line, leader and fly straight. The botched maintains this straight alignment.