silk fly lines


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For me fly fishing should be done in the right way, but above all with the right equipment that is – the right rod, a silk fly line and the right flies for the river, for the time of day and the season. In fly fishing, it is fundamental to be astute – you need to win over the intelligence of the trout or any other fish and to do this you need to apply a few tricks: the fly line should have the colours of the surroundings to blend and to not spook the fish, the fly (equally important) must imitate the real one in colour shape and size. My flies have exactly those characteristics i.e. they look real and natural.

"At work" in my laboratory"At work" in my laboratory

Terenzio's loom-woven flieTerenzio's loom-woven flie 
  I’ve been tying them for 30 years and of course I use them. They have a distinct feature and some advantages: the hook is mobile under the hackles and this means that the weight is evenly distributed and so they float better and are not unbalanced like traditional flies. So the hackles support the hook and so the fly and the hook are two distinct things and each can adapt to the currents in the water. The hook in that position doesn’t act as a keel and so the fly moves better and the position also favours the setting of the hook in the trout’s mouth.

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