||The portion of a fly cast that is directing fly line behind the angler.
||Nylon or Dacron line tied between the fly line and the reel to act as additional line if a longer length than the fly line is required to play a fish.
||When referring to fly reels, bar stock is typically high-quality aluminum that is in a tube-like form prior to being machined into a spool for frame.
||The raised cut section of a hook immediately behind the point. It is designed to prevent the hook from coming out of the fish's mouth.
||A beetle dry fly pattern used when fishing rivers and lakes for trout, bass, and panfish.
||The self-descriptive, radial portion of a hook.
||Used for joining two monofilament lines.
||A loop connector that slides over either end of the fly line and is fixed there with glue or a heat-shrink sleeve. Used for loop-to-loop connections of the leader or shooting line to the fly line.
||A midge pupa imitation used when fishing rivers and lakes for trout, bass, and panfish.