Ruddy
Ruddy Fly, Berners

FLY FISHING DICTIONARY
Midge
Midge Flies
   
flipping  English
  Flipping in fly fishing means to shake out a fly line from the rod tip by operating the rod. It is also called a flip out, or flipping out. It is done as follows: Leave the position of the grip on the rod unchanged, and move the rod tip very quickly as if to throw the fly line accompanied by a loosened line hand. About 1-2 m of fly line can be shaken out in one stroke. If done several times in succession, a fly line can be flipped out rapidly without carrying out a false cast.
  When fishing downstream, it is recommended to use this flipping or flip mending, because by using this method, a fly can be presented easily and drag free for a long distance. It is an important technique in the fly fishing on a river.
line hand, line mending, downstream, drag-free
 
 
 
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Beautiful rainbow trout. A certain mountain lake, Japan.
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