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Upon returning home, Mr. Johnson assumed the leadership of Montague Rod & Reel Co., which in its prime built everything from ocean rods to fly rods that were known for strength and durability.
Master fly rod maker Bill Oyster shared the art of building, hand engraving and casting bamboo rods.
Morgan cast his fly rod majestically, sending line curling through the air, as a family barbecued nearby and an ice cream truck chimed its tune.
On this water, that means an ultra-light spinning rig spooled with 4- or 6-pound test line or a 4- or 5-weight fly rod/reel fit with floating line and a 3-5-pound tippet.
Montoro picked up a pair on a fly rod with a black ant pattern.
In the Southern mountain town of Blue Ridge, Georgia, Oyster leads fly rod making courses that attract fishermen from as far as England and Scotland.
Among them is Suzi Moore of Newburyport, Mass., effortlessly throwing taut loops of line from her 13-foot, double-handed fly rod.
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