floating lines


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floating lines

In photogrammetry, lines connecting the same two points of detail on each print of a stereo pair, used to determine whether or not the points are intervisible. The lines may be drawn directly on to the prints or superimposed by means of strips of transparent material.
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Floating lines 4 pcs floating rope collector 4 pcs.
Floating lines are certainly useful while fishing from shore but when the going gets rough, a sinking line helps keep your fly closer to the bottom in the surf zone where fish are feeding.
Rescuers attached to floating lines were released into the water to help after the walker became stranded on rocks near Harrison Drive, New Brighton.
Use floating lines with Damsel, CDC, Olive ''F'' flies, Daddies, Hare''s Ear, Diawl Bach, Greenwell and Shipmans.
"One youth had entered the water while we were there and we couldn't hold him back, and he had to be rescued from the water using floating lines.
With the frosty weather earlier in the week, the fish at Chatton were lying deep and intermediate lines worked well, but when the weather turned milder towards the end of the week the fish were only five to six feet deep and anglers were catching on floating lines.
Again floating lines and Hoppers are catching the majority of the fish.
The meeting was informed that the District water rescue teams are equipped with professional water rescue equipment such as fiber glass boat, Inflate-able rubber boat, dry suit, full body and seat rescue harness, life jackets, multiple gas detectors, diving suit, floating lines and life buoys.
The best fishing method involved floating lines and dry fly patterns such as daddy long legs and heather fly patterns.
Good solution - but it would have to be fished with river tackle of short rods, small barbless flies and floating lines - the only tackle that the anglers who had travelled long distances had brought with them.
Floating lines have proved best with fish nearer the surface now.
Floating lines have microspheres built into their coatings (usually polyvinyl chloride, or PVC) to make them float.