|Ratchet and Pawl Engagement
||Twin to a gear and tooth, a fly reel with ratchet and pawl engagement locks the spool into the drag mechanism.
||The part of the fly reel that attaches to the fly rod.
||The part of a fly rod, just behind the rod handle, where the fly reel is fastened.
||The section of a stream where the water flows shallowly and rapidly over an irregular bottom so that the surface riffles. Also refers to a water surface slightly disturbed by the wind.
||A cloth bag for protecting the fly rod.
||Used when wind or obstructions prevent a normal backcast. Tilt the rod back until the line is behind the shoulder, then make a normal forward cast.