No pressure or stress here for me because this is the way I have learned to fished, but after all these years there are some things that still get next to me such as----
Line tangle on fishing rods---I hate it when your line from one rod in the boat, suv, or truck gets tangled into the line of other rods in the boat. The best way to avoid this is clip your fly or lure into your hook keeper on your fishing rod, then wrap the line around the rod using your guides on the rod to hold the line tight to the rod itself. There is no way for the line on the rods to get tangled that way. One of buddies had two of his rods to get tangled with his fly rods the other day in the back of his suv. He spent the better part of 4 to 5 minutes getting the line on the rods untangled, what a mess.
Line bend---I am talking about the bent line in your leader after it has set in the guide for a while. Even the line stretcher can’t get this bend out at times. I really like my leader to be perfectly straight when I am fly fishing. If your leader is straight without bends then your presentation of your fly will land more realistic. One of the guys I fish with never uses a line stretcher, instead he just removes the leader from the package and ties a fly on and starts casting. I have mentioned and even shown him the technique of how to secure a straight leader, but he says that is wasting time. He seems to think casting will get the leader in working order---everybody to his own!
The tip of your fly line sinking below the surface of the water; a good line dressing will keep your fly floating nicely on the surface. Sinking fly line can cause problems with pick up and can also hinder the cast itself.
Line twist at the tippet end of the leader is one thing I have been wrestling with and I think I have solved this problem. I switched to a larger tippet and flies with less hackle to help with this problem. Nothing more irritating than a twisted tippet when you landing fish