All Times Short Switch Fly Rod Graphite Fly Fishing Rod IM12 Nano 10ft 4 pc LW3 to 10Fly Fishing Rod Short Switch Fly Fishing Rod Double Handed With 2 Tips Switch Rod Fly Fishing (10’0’’LW3(3/4))

All Times Short Switch Fly Rod Graphite Fly Fishing Rod IM12 Nano 10ft 4 pc LW3 to 10Fly Fishing Rod Short Switch Fly Fishing Rod Double Handed With 2 Tips Switch Rod Fly Fishing (10’0’’LW3(3/4))

All Times Short Switch Fly Rod Graphite Fly Fishing Rod IM12 Nano 10ft 4 pc LW3 to 10Fly Fishing Rod Short Switch Fly Fishing Rod Double Handed With 2 Tips Switch Rod Fly Fishing (10’0’’LW3(3/4))

  • All Times, new in market, 10ft short switch fly rods 4 pc from LW3 (3/4), 5 (5/6), 7 (7/8) to 9 (9/10)
  • Japan Toray IM12 Nano, multi-graphite positioning technology to achieve the light weight and best strength
  • Light weight and best strength Powerful fast action, excellent power transfer with great accuracy in casting US Pacbay tip tops; Super hard chrome plated stainless steel guides; Advanced ceramic ring stripping guides for corrosion resistance and smooth performance
  • Classic rosewood reel seat Portugee imported AA+ grade cork Matt black finish with alignment dots with extra tip Quality cotton rod cloth and cordura rod tube
  • 25 years warranty

New in market, short switch rods. 10ft 4pc LW3/4, 5/6, 7/8, 9/10. IM12 Nano carbon fast action rod blank.
Excellent power transfer with great accuracy in casting US Pacbay tip tops; Super hard chrome plated stainless steel guides; 
Advanced ceramic ring stripping guides for corrosion resistance and smooth performance. Rosewood reel seat; Portguee AA grade cork, beautiful double hand switch rod handle; Pacbay tip top; Quality components; Matt black finish with alignment dots with extra t

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The Times to Fish

The Times to Fish

Article by Liza Othman

It seems almost needless to tell any fisherman that the best fishing of the day, in pond or stream, is to be had during the first two hours after sun-up and from an hour and one-half before sunset until half an hour afterward. Fish seem to be a good deal like humans, so far as’they can be observed and studied. In the morning they want their breakfast, during the heat of the day they like a siesta and when twilight falls they are hungry again.

If you have your bait in the water at the first peep o’ day or at twilight, you will have a fuller creel of trout or bass, than if you fish during the midday hours. But here again we are up against another exception to the rule in the landlocked salmon of the lake, which seems to defy all rules of fishing lore and takes a delight in being eccentric. He is just as likely to take a bait at high noon as he is at sunrise or sunset.

On the other hand the brook trout is another exception as compared with the bass and salmon. The trout will take a fly when it is so dark that you must cast “by feel” and he will come for your worms when the only way you have of knowing they are in the water is from the tinkle of your sinker on the surface.

Rock Bass – Summer and autumn.

Burbot (Ling, etc.) – Toward night.

Carp King – Summer.

Grayling – Autumn.

Pike Perch – Summer and autumn.

Salmon, Atlantic – Late spring and early summer.

Brook Trout – Spring and summer, day or night.

Lake Trout – Early morning and at twilight.

Sea Bass – Summer and autumn.

Striped Bass – From spring to autumn, night or day, at high or low tide.

Blue Fish – June, July, August.

Butter Fish – Summer.

Flounder – Deep spots on ebb tide, shallow places on flood tide, February, March, April, October and November.

Herring, Atlantic – October, November, morning and evening, high tide.

Weakfish – In the ocean at ebb tide, July, August, September.

More tips and tricks of fishing in “Tricks and Knacks of Fishing“.

Liza Othman manages an ebook website. Find self-help, food & recipes, and hobby ebooks at FunHowToBooks.com.










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