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The first way we engage with a fly rod is by holding it, so I like to teach grips first before moving on to stances and the different movements of the rod throughout the cast. Some grips are, of course, more suited to particular casting requirements than others, and I usually go through the different...Read More
For those of you, who I have not yet had the good fortune to meet, my name is Clive Mitchelhill and I am a fully qualified, full time game angling Instructor living in Cumbria (UK), specialising in fly casting and fly fishing techniques. I mention both, because in my opinion they really are two separate...Read More
Tying wax is not a dubbing wax; it is used for its adhesive properties only. However one can use it for touch dubbing or misting the fur onto a waxed thread. Equipment required: Stainless Steel Pan. Silicone tartlet/ice cube tray; not too large a diameter Digital weighing scales. Ingredients required: Rosin Beeswax, as light in...Read More