Ever since I moved to Colorado 20 years ago, I have wanted to learn to fly-fish. Since we will be relocating in a year, the sense of urgency was high to git-r-done. Will there be great fly fishing in Oregon? YES, but I wanted to learn the basics in Colorado. In order to force said […]Learning to Fly Fish (Sort of) — …i choose this…
Choosing the right fishing gear can make a difference. The following charts list types of fishing gear, their names and uses.
NOTE: Though Light Line, Heavy Line, Big Reals, Small Reals, Short Poles, Long Poles, Stiff Poles, and Flexible Poles, are all made to improve different types of fishing, you can catch most fish without spending a bundle of money. It’s just a matter of choosing the right gear for you.
So, if a fast pole is called stiffer and a flexible pole slow, moderate pretty much lets you know that it’s somewhere in the middle. There’s some pretty nice fising gear in the moderate range that can get the job done for most types of fishing. Here are some charts to help you choose the one that’s best for you.
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DRAGONtail Hellbender Zoom Tenkara Fly Fishing Rod
Aventik Z Tenkara Rods Pro IM12 Nano 6:4 Action 5 Most Used Sizes All Water Conditions
ANGLER DREAM AnglerDream Tenkara Fly Rod 12FT 13FT Telescope Carbon Fiber Fly Rod 7:3 Action with Carbon Fiber Tube
DRAGONtail Tenkara Talon 330 Backpacking Tenkara Rod & Case
Tenkara Rod The Mini Sawtooth Package
DRAGONtail Tenkara Hydra zx390 Tenkara Fly Fishing Rod