the act or technique of casting with an artificial fly as the lure, the rod used being longer and more flexible than that used in bait casting.
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How to use fly casting in a sentence
Fly-casting is impossible in this maze of dead and living branches.Fishing with a Worm | Bliss Perry
He lay down again in his lounging sprawl, with his grave eyes intently fixed upon my fly-casting.The Jimmyjohn Boss and Other Stories | Owen Wister
Lines for fly-casting are usually known as "waterproof, enameled silk lines."
That a tapered line is most efficient and satisfactory for dry-fly casting is generally conceded.
For average small-stream fly casting it is best to select a line having a "quick" taper, fifteen feet or less.