I think some are intimidated by fly fishing with its special jargon of rod weights and tippet sizes and perceived complexity. But really it is nothing more than tossing hooks dressed with feathers or hair at fish. It's a very simple process and it has fooled fish and captured anglers for hundreds of years. It's especially rewarding to catch a fish on a fly you tied. Good job, Tom.
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