Fly fishing (two handed) Overview

Fly fishing (two handed)

A perfect fly fishing method if you have a lot of obstacles in bakkastet.

The Basics

Most people start with plain enhandsflugfiske and would later develop even more. Then tvåhandsflugfiske often enter the picture.
The usual image of tvåhandsflugfiske is that you are in a larger river and fishing for large salmon and trout, but there are more dimensions than that.

The technology differs a lot from the usual one-handed fishing. As the name tells, then use two hands, another big difference is that technology often used in such a way that you never have all the line in the air, and never wields all the line behind him. It starts with a throw rope in the water and it concludes with the throw line in the water.

As for the cast in two-handed so is the most common "Spey roll".

Spey-throw has several ramifications and techniques but we'll take the most basic.
World Team Speycasting big advantage is that you can fish places obstacles in the background that are difficult to access with conventional roll. This because of that fly never be behind the fisherman, but instead only touchar water aside. With the help of a large linbåge in the air to utilize water surface friction on the fly and tippet, and then elegantly transfer power to a kickback.

Throw Description Spey:
It starts with having the right length rope outside the outer spöringen. If you fish with a Weight Forward (a rope with a thick lump in the front) so the whole lump be outside the outer spöringen.

- It lifts the whole fly line out of the water with a light but accelerating movement.
- Turn the body and angle the rod downward angle so as to create a bow on the rope, called "D-loop".
- When the fly, tippet, and a piece of rope touchar water shortly upstream fisherman and you have loaded rod and line the right way to put out until the throw.
- With a controlled and determined acceleration so for one rod forward and stops at about 2 o'clock to shoot out the rope.


The equipment does not differ significantly with enhandsutrustningen.

Two-handed rods are usually located in the upper grades (8-12), and the lengths are usually considerably longer than the standard length for single hand (9 feet). Previously it has tvåhandsspöt occurred only among the heavier classes, but now they are even easier classes, we talk about the so-called Switch rods.

A Switch-rod is unique, and like a hybrid between one-handed and two-handed. They are in the low to high classes. Spot is not as far as a pure two-handed, but not as short as a single hand, they usually between 10-12 feet.
Switch-rod looks like a long-handed, however, as the rod is also a longer "butt" part, that is the bottom of the rod a cork handle so as to be able to use both hands. Given the design of the switch-rod, it is supposed to be able to use the rod in single hand and two-handed, but also for smaller fish and less water.

The rollers within tvåhandsfisket greater to take the thicker ropes.

The lines to tvåhandsfisket available in many different designs, you can fish for by solid lines (DT) and WF (Weight Forward).
Another cable system that has become more and more popular is the "lump system", it simply means that it has a thin running line with a loop at the very tip. With this loop you can connect different types of tips (lumps) to fit into just the right fishery currently. This may involve different densities but also the different tapers of the clump, then how it is built and where most of the weight is distributed.
This system eliminates the need to carry around lots of different lines, you just replace the tips instead.


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