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Question 1: In the United States, fly anglers are thought to be the first anglers to have used artificial lures for ________.
AnglingBass fishingCoarse fishingGame fish

Question 2: Modern fly fishing is normally said to have originated on the fast, rocky rivers of Scotland and northern ________.
British peopleWalesUnited KingdomEngland

Question 3: In fly fishing, ________ are caught by using artificial flies that are cast with a fly rod and a fly line.
Forage fishFishFish anatomyPelagic fish

Question 4: Freshwater fishing is often divided into coldwater (trout, salmon, steelhead), coolwater (pike, perch, walleye) and warmwater (bass, chub, ________) fishing.

Question 5: However, saltwater fish can also be caught with "poppers," a surface lure similar to those used for freshwater ________, though much larger.
Coarse fishingAnglingGame fishBass fishing

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  A rainbow trout taken on an articulated leech pattern, Bristol Bay Region, Alaska
  From The Speckled Brook Trout by Louis Rhead (1902)
  Green Highlander, a classic salmon fly

Question 7: Spey casting requires a longer, heavier two-handed ________, referred to as a Spey rod.
Fishing tackleSpin fishingFishing rodDownrigger

Question 8: A dry fly is typically thought to represent an insect landing on, falling on (terrestrials), or emerging from, the water's surface as might a grasshopper, dragonfly, mayfly, ________, beetle, stonefly or caddisfly.

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  Fly fishing in a river
  A red drum caught on a fly rod, Louisiana, USA
  An Adams dry fly
  An Adams dry fly

Question 10: In recent years, interest in fly fishing has surged as ________ have discovered the sport.
John F. KennedyBaby Boom GenerationGeneration YGeneration

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