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Fly Rod Guide

In the Fly , also called Flugangel, is a fishing rod, which was specially designed for fly fishing. The range of fly rods made of various materials and in different lengths is extensive, so that especially newcomers are often unsure which rod is best suited for their purposes. This guide sheds light on the subject and explains what to look for when buying a Fly actually arrives.

What’s so special about a fly rod?

A Fly differs, among other things, by their low weight of classic fishing rods. In addition, their action is parabolic aligned, so that special throwing techniques of fly fishing can be performed. Because: The fly is too light and therefore does not serve as a casting weight. Instead, the bait is placed solely over the weight of the string. There are different variants of Fly , While the one-hand fly rod is primarily suitable for fishing small freshwater fish, you can also catch larger saltwater fish using the two-handed fly rod. The switch fly rod is a combination of one-handed and two-handed rod, which can be used equally for fishing large and small fish.

What materials does the fly rod consist of?

The first fly rods came from China and were made from bamboo pipes. Today, however, primarily modern materials such as glass or carbon fiber are used. These offer the advantage that they are extremely robust and unbreakable, so they can easily withstand the demands of the outdoors. The handle is usually made of haptic pleasant materials such as foam rubber or cork, while in the production of the roll holder aluminum, wood or carbon are used. Basically, it comes with the purchase of a Fly but less on the material than on the workmanship as well as personal preferences. So do not hesitate to try different materials or get tips from experienced fly fishermen.

Rod length and AFFTA classes

The optimal length of the fly rod depends among other things on the respective waters. Although a long tail allows a wider range of action, it can not be handled so well on a heavily overgrown bank. Experts recommend for beginners a one-hand fly rod with a length of 2.7 m, because this is completely sufficient for most German waters. In addition to the length, the AFFTA class (formerly the AFTMA class) should also be considered when purchasing. This states, which fish with the fishing rodcan be fished particularly well. Fly rods of AFFTA classes 3 to 4 are mainly used for small white fish (hazel, roach). Rods of class 5, however, are considered as standard rods for fishing medium graylings and trout as well as hazel, rudd and chub. Most commonly used are rods of class 6, because with their help you can catch the popular trout and perch. If you want to fish for pike, carp and rainbow trout you should use a fly rod of grades 7 to 8. Especially for fishing on the seashore, rods of class 7 are considered standard. Even heavy predators such as the zander can be caught with a fly rod. However, a relatively large bait is required, so that strong rods of the class 8 or 9 are best suited for this purpose.

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