||Term used for freshwater shrimp.
||The long backbone of a hook.
|Silicon Carbide Stripper Guide
||A durable and slick material used as an appliance found in the inner diameter of a fly rod guide. This is the surface that fly line grazes while shooting through the guides.
||A method of increasing line speed during pickup, back cast, or forward cast. Accomplished by pulling on the fly line with the free hand.
||Differs from the snake guide in that only one foot is used to attach the guide to the fly rod. This wire appliance, typically made from stainless-steel, has the appearance of a lasso or hoop through which the line travels.
||A fly line designed to sink below the surface of the water for getting a wet fly or streamer down deeper. Can be found with different sink rates for different fishing styles.
|Small Half Wells LogicGripﾪ
||A small-sized cork fly rod grip that has the standard full-wells, flared butt section and a tapered cigar-type head. Usually, this type of grip is used on fly rods four weight and smaller.
||This wire appliance, typically made from stainless-steel, is a two-footed, wire-loop designed to hold the fly line close to the fly rod shaft. Its shape slightly resembles a snake.
||The male, center shaft of a fly reel which locks into the female portion of the spool.
||An adult aquatic insect after laying its eggs on the surface of the water.
||The ability to change spools -- which may contain different line types -- of the fly reel.
||The ability to take a spool off a fly reel frame (typically to excahnge lines). All Fly Logic reels feature easy spool interchange with no tools required!
||The strength of the graphite per square inch and resistance to fracture under load.
||Flies, usually made of feathers or hair, that resemble small fish or minnows.
||A strike indicator is a tiny float used on the leader. It is usually a piece of bright tubing, putty, yarn-like material, or a small ball placed on the leader.
||The first large guide on the butt section of a fly rod above the rod handle. It is designed to reduce line friction and enhance casting and retrieving. Some fly rods have two or more of these guides.
||The act of rapidly retrieving a fly and fly line that involves making a series of fast pulls on the fly line with the free hand.