Be prepared with rods rigged and ready with a trio of situation-specific lines: a weight forward floating, intermediate sinking and heavy 800-grain sinking to canvass the water column.
What does WF stand for?
WF stands for Weight Forward (fly fishing)
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We have 22 other meanings of WF in our Acronym Attic
- Washington Free Clinic (Washington, DC)
- Water Filling
- Wave Form
- Wayforward (gaming)
- Weather and Forecasting
- Weather Flight (USAF)
- Web Fountain (IBM)
Samples in periodicals archive:
On the first leg he gave us some very good tips because we did the Tour de France a la Voile before, about moving the crew weight forward.
On the other hand, I've known shooters who liked to have most of the weight forward into the barrel or barrels.
Tottering in your heels is all part of the fun you just need to ensure you keep your weight forward so you don't sink.
Because he is unable to straighten his legs, he has to walk with his weight forward - like a gorilla, according to Michelle.
Set up the same as you would for a standard pitch, narrow stance weight forward and ball relatively central.
To ride: place Whiplash on a slight downward slope with your back foot in the center of the back platform and position the scooter so that it's level with the ground; push with your front foot and lean your weight forward, looking dead ahead (then straighten your body and bend your knees slightly); immediately after pushing off, start the twisting motion; to achieve the "S" shape that will make you feel as if your riding a wave on the ocean, move your shoulders and hips back and forth in opposing directions (be sure to swing your back foot repeatedly, left to right, without putting your foot on the ground).