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George harvey, gary borger, ray bergman and others have become advocates of longer leader lengths, especially for dry-fly fishing the belief is the longer leaders will deliver the fly and allow it to drift as though it weren't attached to anything. Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. Hoping to get some input on the importance of leader length after bouncer, diver or tadpole does it have a big impact on lure action and ultimately.
What size and length of leaders do you use for a fly, hoochie, or spoon when pulled behind an 11-inch flasher – chuck for fishing a fly or hoochie i use no less than 40-pound leader (usually, 60-pound leader, in fact) flys and hoochies have no action of their own and you need a stiff leader to impart that action. Leadership is both a research area and a practical skill encompassing the ability of an individual or organization to lead or guide other individuals, teams, or entire organizations. When trolling spoons off the riggers, i'm using 30# test to the release, what is the correct length of floro leader line to the lure also, is it better to splice the lines together, then attach swivel, or swivel off the 30# line with floro leader to spoon.
Leader length discussion in 'the bass fishing club' started by dinklimit, apr 27, 2017.
There are other considerations for leader length, such as water clarity, but i don't fish anything remotely clear so i'm mostly just after abrasion resistance and savings on braid, and to those ends my method works well for me. Putting a 23' leader on the line and it was absolutely lovely to cast with if a shooting head is adjusted to fit with a long leader it might not be very good with a shorter one on the same rod the reason is that with a long leader more of the line weight will be able to load the road, because the leader is the only thing that anchors in the water.
The length of your leader depends on water conditions, not on the length of your fly rod while it is easier to cast shorter leaders, especially in the wind, fish in shallow water are far more easily frightened by a fly line landing on top of them than a leader landing above them so use the longest leader you can comfortably cast. What size and length of leaders do you use for a fly, hoochie, or spoon when pulled behind an 11-inch flasher – chuck for fishing a fly or hoochie i use no less than 40-pound leader (usually, 60-pound leader, in fact.