-Never ask why a trout has refused an artificial to take another one similar to the previous. But rather wonder why a trout has refused an artificial to take another one similar to the previous. Otherwise it would be like to say that what is different for us not only is so also for the fish, but even the criteria by which these differences are measured are the same for both: an amazing consideration .
An approach to fishing
Everything appears equal and yet everything is different
-The manner in which the artificial will appear in the visual cone of the fish is the last link in a chain of which the apex is the cast. In fact:
1)the way in which the artificial will be presented in the visual cone of the fish depends (may depend) on the manner in which the fly has traveled the first part of his trip;
2) this way, on its turn, is consequent (may be consequent) to the way in which the fly has been placed on the water;
3)what is said above, finally, comes from (may come from) how the tail has been projected. Then the cast. In fact it is enough (it may suffice) an error in casting or a wrong evaluation of the streams to lay awkwardly and convey fly on fish in an even worse way blarring our capture.
-It is therefore clear that the skills of that fly to which we have dedicated so much care, sometimes even maniacal attentions, depend on the cast. Can be undermined even before they have had the opportunity to come into play, so that everything that happens to the fly before his meeting with the fish can invalidate even the best of imitations.
-In past there were few fishermen, there were many fishes and the flies are much different from the nature. The glaring difference between the natural and artificial fly was therefore the primary cause of distrust of the fish, the one that made him more suspicious, therefore , was also the one against whom they were directed his attention. Time passing the situation has reversed, fishermen have become multitudes, fish became few and the artificial have become much more similar to insects. As flies have been refined, becoming increasingly similar to the natural, fish has found increasingly difficult to detect cheating in the artificial and learned to recognize the trap other signals. He identified before the fisherman the thing that may be considered its most obvious flaw: the way in which he presents the fly, an act always unchanged over time. The fish has therefore shifted its focus mainly on the manner in which the fly behaves in water, how it looks like, on everything that precedes his appearance and everything that happens around her. Gaps that are part of the universe of presentation, so, of casting.
-Know something fishemen who frequent rivers with a few fish and rivers subject to strong pressure on fishing. Fishermen who have quit to concentrate their attention exclusively on imitation, knowing that not everything that happens within a few meters around the fly is often more important than the fly itself, but even that most of the time there may be much many differences in a square meter of surface than between artificial and artificial. This change in behavior of the fish has meant that the difference between natural and artificial fly expires from primary to secondary element, while the presentation from marginal has become crucial: one of many examples of the changing reality of fishing.