|Catch and Release
||Sport angling for fish and releasing them back immediately alive and unharmed.
||A brake mechanism that functions and is located in the center of a fly reel.
||A common appliance found in the inner diameter of a fly rod guide. This is the surface that fly line grazes while shooting through the guides.
||Used for tying flies to tippets or leaders.
||A bait fish imitation created by Bob Clouser and used in rivers, lakes, and saltwater when fishing for trout, bass, panfish, and saltwater fish.
||A no-hackle, deer-wing dry fly.
||Typically, the stainless-steel button located opposite of a fly reel handle to "counter" the weight of the handle and "balance" the spool.