I know when I first started fly fishing, I was completely overwhelmed by most of the gear needed. But what really threw me for a loop was all the different types of fly fishing line.
No longer under the shade of the canopy, the sun shines down on the back of his neck. Tree limbs fold up and around him. A quick flick back and forward with his rod is all that is needed to send the drowning ant into the plunge pool. A slight line twitch and then a swift hookset soon follows. A small but aggressive Brook trout on the other end of the line could be mistaken for a much larger fish with this light tackle.