fly-cast

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fly-cast

(flī′kăst′)
intr.v. fly-cast, fly-cast·ing, fly-casts
To cast artificial flies with a fly rod, as in fishing.

fly′-cast′er n.
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fly′-cast`



v.i. -cast, -cast•ing.
to fish with a fly rod and an artificial fly as a lure, casting the fly with a whiplike motion of the rod and a length of line pulled from the reel before the cast.
[1885–90]
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Also appearing at Chatsworth will be top American fly-caster Maggie Merriman, Wendy Miller, the captain of the England ladies fly fishing team and renowned young fly-tyer Emma Coxon.
One woman angler who makes appearances in both A Different Angle and Lyla Foggia's Reel Women is Joan Salvato Wulff, who devised a career for herself as a professional fly-caster back in the 1950s and 1960s.
Lancashire fly-caster George Waters is over the moon after a brilliant haul of rainbows at Pennine Trout Fishery near Rochdale.
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Today through Sunday, fly-casters, fly-tiers, tackle manufacturers, authors, artists and representatives from angling destinations around the world will converge at the Royal Plaza Trade Center.
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UMPQUA FLY-CASTERS BANQUET SET: One of the founders of the National Federation of Fly Fishers, former salmon fishing guide Bill Nelson of Eugene, will be the featured speaker at the annual banquet of the Lower Umpqua FlyCasters.
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Experienced fly-casters can get reports on fishing, arrange for guides, and buy seasonally appropriate fly patterns at local tackle shops.
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