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At one time or another we have all seen the image of a lone fisherman in a pair of waders standing in the middle of a shallow body of water The sun is setting in the background and the surface of the water looks as smooth as glass The fisherman slowly and gracefully lifts his rod from the water and in several fluid motions he commands the line to dance about his head Then with one last forward arc his arm and fishing rod working as one the line rolls out in a straight line in front of him and floats gently down to the surface of the water He watches the current carry the line for a short while and then repeats the flawless and magnificent feat once again This image of the solitary and tranquil fly fisherman has caught the interest of many people because of its grace and beauty but most of all it mystery When I first began fly fishing I thought that it would be extremely difficult but soon found that it is not Unfortunately many people believe this to be true and this seems to be the main reason why many people are reluctant to give it a try With the right equipment and some basic instructions anyone should be able to cast the fly line reasonably well within a few hours While fly fishing is widely associated with fishing for trout it is a misconception Fly fishing is a popular type of angling throughout the world for both freshwater and saltwater fishing A fly rod can be used to catch the smallest bluegill a king salmon a blue marlin or a shark as well as anything in between Most people that enjoy fishing are more familiar with using spin casting equipment but anyone new to fly fishing needs to understand the difference between the equipment and principals When spin casting a lure that is attached to a
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