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Learning a lot about fish, assembling your rod, and casting are things you must master to become a fly-fisher.
You, casting the fly so that it drops onto the water like a snowflake, have to prevent the fishing line from slapping the water.
The process might not sound difficult, but novice fly-fishers often spend hours untangling fishing line.
When you catch that first beautiful trout makes all the work feels worthwhile, you will think you’ve found the gold at the end of the rainbow.
Learning where to find fish, finding out what these fish eat, and catching a fish can seem like a lot of work.
This work can be hard.
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