How Do You Fly Fishing With Braided Loops?

Fly fishing with braided loops is a popular way to catch fish in both still and running waters. The main benefit of using braided loops is that they provide better control over the fly line, which helps anglers be more accurate in their casts.

In addition, the loops are very durable and can withstand harsh environments.

To get started, you’ll need a fly reel, a fly line and a leader. First, attach the leader to the end of your fly line by tying it with an appropriate knot.

Then, thread one end of the braided loop through the eyelet at the end of your leader and tie it off securely.

Next, attach your tippet to the other end of the braided loop. To do this, thread your tippet through the loop and tie it off with an appropriate knot.

Now that you have your leader and tippet attached to your braided loop, you can now attach your fly line to it.

Once everything is connected securely, it’s time to start casting! To cast with a braided loop setup, use a roll cast or false cast technique.

Start by swinging your rod forward so that the tip bends slightly forward before quickly pushing it back to straighten out again. This will create momentum in the line that will help propel your fly when it’s released.


Fly fishing with braided loops is easy once you understand how everything fits together. By attaching a leader and tippet to a braided loop before connecting them all together with your fly line, you can be sure that everything is secure and ready for casting. With practice comes accuracy so don’t forget to practice regularly in order to perfect your technique.

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Lindsay Collins