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25517
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When fly-fishing in North Carolina and deciding the right fly to tie on, there are a few factors to consider. Beginning anglers should focus on matching imitation flies to real-life sporadic insect hatches, current insect patterns, and the stream conditions. Most importantly, if the fly is not catching fish, do not be afraid to change it.
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1483
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Venters explains why dry flies are favored by trout fishermen throughout the region and offers a profile of some noted North Carolina fly fishermen.
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7969
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Casada profiles of some noted North Carolina fly fishermen who have helped create, nurture and preserve the fly-fishing traditions of the western section of the state. Mark Cathey, who died in 1944, is considered the best-known of all the state's fly-fishermen. Others who played a role in the rich heritage of fly fishing include Levi Haynes, Allene Hall, Dwight Howell, Marty Maxwell, and Bennie Joe Craig. Casada provides a baker's dozen of traditional mountain fly patterns, all of them tried-and-true flies developed in the mountains by locals.
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