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Old 02-02-2013, 12:03 AM
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Default Re: Has tying made you a better fisherman?

Well it hasn't made me a better fisherman by improving my casting, but in other ways I think it has. I believe I understand fly fishing more by tying, I have a better sense of how flies connect with what the trout eat because of the reading I've done, how a fly will float or sink and how it might behave depending on the materials its made from, and it's broadened me from just trying to catch fish to enjoying more aspects of fly fishing.
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