quote:Losen the drag. I have also found that it is hard to do with thicker, stiffer line. My cousin won a flipping tournament when we were in high school. He can flip 50-60ft easily
If I have time to sit and watch a duck coming from a long distance, there is a very good chance I'm going to miss it. I do much better with quick shots than those that I get to think about.
quote:They are one in the same to me. I don't get bogged down in the technicalities
not that it matters but what we've been talking about here is pitching, which is a little different from flipping
quote:that's a good idea on a way to same some money too... shoot and wound em with 7.5's which are much cheaper than 4, 5,and 6's, tie them together in your vest, then just drown em before you skin em..
Put them in a bucket of water and let them soak for a few minutes then the hair should stick together.
or any of those other creatures that wait until your five foot from them in the dark to run off.
quote:confession, never flyfished,,,at least not on purpose... Sometimes I get to slingin' like it looks like i'm trying to flyfish..
quote:try this, of course hold the reel on the side,,,,, but with your pointer finger under the line,,, that helps..
I just can not feel a fish when it's just holding the bait in it's mouth.
I cannot bite the fishing line to break/cut it. Both my dad and brother can, but I have no idea how they do it. This has bothered me my entire life