Some things are better kept to ones self,don't want the neighbours gossipingFishing days are kind of church days for me, so a sex dungeon at church is probably not as bad as it sounds. But just to be on the safe side, I wouldnt put it on my resume, or mention it to my wife's friends...
I find a softer rod smooths out the lumpy cast you get with a bigger wind resistant fly, and just cycle the cast smoothly without big pauses.No, I have a 9ft #5 that I just use for rainbows, so that’ll do the trick.
raise the rod keeping the line tight, lower it, pull in the slack, repeatI find a softer rod smooths out the lumpy cast you get with a bigger wind resistant fly, and just cycle the cast smoothly without big pauses.
What you do when its in the water is beyond me, mine shot off down river and the best I could do was a pretty standard across and down, bit of a swing like er...a toby
I recommend the mono rig.I only ever tried a streamer once, for about 5 mins, found it horrible to cast and not much fun, if I had caught a 6lbder I might have changed that view though.
For me it was much like trying to cast something similar to a feather 4g Toby, same thing to the fish in many ways, and a 4g Toby is a very effective and functionally perfect thing to present with a super light spinning rod, the accuracy and the way you can work it is addictive, as minimal as fly fishing and more effective in a tight tree lined situation.
If you thought streamers were a new thing you need to sit down for this, from what I can work out its up to 50' of mono, stepped down like a very long leader that you cast with, gives more control of the streamer, you are using the weight of the streamer, possibly weighted to make the cast rather than fly line, I think it comes from nymphing.So what is the mono rig?