||A damsel nymph imitation used when fishing rivers and lakes for trout, bass, and panfish (looks like the larger Dragon Fly).
||A bait fish fly imitation used in saltwater fishing.
||One of the best developments in fly reels, this drag is usually adjustable and functions somewhat like the disc brakes on an automobile. Using a disc drag will help anyone land more fish.
||Involves hauling on both the forward and backward strokes. (See haul).
||The part of the fly reel that adjusts the brake tension when line is pulled off the reel by the fly fisher or a fish. All Fly Logic fly reels feature knobs that are easy to grasp and centrally located.
||Flies that are designed to float on the surface of the water.
|Dual-Weight Logicﾪ line system
||This system allows one rod to manage two sizes of fly line. Lighter lines for dry flies and heavier for nymphing and casting in windy conditions.
||Term used to describe an adult aquatic insect following emergence from the water.