||A cord worn around the neck used for attaching tools.
||The inner diameter of a fly reel spool that is normally larger than conventional spools.
||Sub-surface stage of development of an aquatic insect, typically before it emerges to the waters surface.
||Section of line used between the fly line and the tippet. Often purchased as a tapered section, but can be assembled by tying successively smaller diameter sections of monofiliment.
|Left or Right Hand Retrieve
||This refers to the hand used to reel in fly line.
|Light Cahill Fly
||An imitation of tan mayflies used when fishing rivers and lakes for trout, bass, and panfish.
||A measurement of backing capacity in yards when the spool is loaded with fly line.
||The weight of fly line is denoted by a number rating from 1 to 15 -- the higher the number, the heavier the line. The weight of a fly line propels the fly and longer casts requires a heavier line. Conversely, light weight lines are suited for delicate casts.
|Logic Line Shield
||A Delrinﾨ fixture attached to the bottom of the Premium Series fly reel that saves reel and line from abrasion wear.
||A special cork grip shape found on all Fly Logic rods. This shape assures comfortable and correct hand position.