I fished some excellent water this weekend and I must say, I spent more time with my fly in the water than ever before. My casting is getting to the point where I can comfortably, and effectively fish all day without driving myself mad. However, I had an occurrence that leads me to believe that something is wrong with my swing. When Swinging a type three tip, I did not notice, but once I put the type 6 on and began swinging over the rocks, I noticed my line went tight from being hung up on rocks. Obviously, my fly was getting down, but something tells me that if my fly was "in line' with the tip of my rod and got hung up, there wouldn't be the amount of tension that I was feeling. My thinking is that the fly was not been completely "turned" with the tip and fly inline with the rod. Hopefully this makes sense to you guys. It has been haunting my mind all morning. That said, How do you guys effectively "turn" your flies to align with the tip, then the head, then the rod???