Fishing method that consists of delicately placing an artificial fly on or in the water; it simulates a real insect landing to attract fish.
Thin sturdy stick that is flexible enough to cast a hook disguised as a winged insect (artificial fly) far over the water.
Usually metal covering over the end of the rod to protect the rod from contact with the ground.
Metal tubing into which the male ferrule fits to join the two sections of the rod (butt section and tip section).
Device that attaches the reel to the rod.
Part used to pick up and handle the rod.
Thinner and more flexible section of a rod.
One of the metal parts through which the fly line runs; they are used to guide it.
Circle at the end of a flyfishing rod’s tip.
Sturdiest section of a rod; it holds the handgrip and the reel.
screw locking nut
Ring used to hold the reel in place on the reel seat.
Circle where the fishhook hitches on to keep the fly line running along the length of the rod when it is not being used.
Metal tubing that fits into the female ferrule to join the two sections of the rod (butt section and tip section).