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Sea-Trout: Tackle and Flies

Ordinary TROUT tackle is satisfactory for sea-trout fishing. Generally speaking, a 2.7 m (9 ft) trout-rod of split-cane or glass with a 7.5 cm (3 ins) reel, loaded with a suitable silk or Terylene tapered line, is all the angler … Continue reading

19. July 2011 by admin
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Artificial Fly-Dressing: Tying Trout Flies and Winging

Amateur Fly-Dressing The dressing of simple dry and wet trout flies, flies for sea-trout and tubes for sea-trout and salmon, presents no real difficulties. Time and a little patience are more important here than great manual dexterity. It is easy … Continue reading

18. July 2011 by admin
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Fishing Flies for Trout, Sea-Trout and Salmon

Trout Flies — General Probably no branch of angling has had so much time, expertise, and sheer ingenuity squandered on it as this — the creation and design of the trout fly. The intention at root is simple — to … Continue reading

18. July 2011 by admin
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