Fly Fishing

Flyfishing Tips and Fly Fish Info

Fly fishing is one of the biggest past time for people who love to fish. Finding the perfect spot to fish that is away from everyone can be challenging at best. How about learning the tricks that can catch the fish? Flyfishing is an art that must be learned by taking part in the sport. Here are a few things that will help with the effort.

When choosing the right kind of fly it is important to remember that conditions matter. The seasons of the year matter when it comes to fly fishing. It is recommended that the color of the fly should match the outdoor colors. Some fish will become picky when it comes to food. If the food supply is in great supply then a fly that matches perfectly should be used. If the supply of food is scarce then an imitation fly can be used.

When coming up to a potential fishing spot it is important to move slow. Walk slowly when coming up to the fishing spot. Vibrations tend to scare away the fish. Fish have the ability to see very well. It is advisable to come up to the fishing spot from the back of the fish. Fish that are deeper in the water can see better then fish in shallow water. To fly fish effectively it is important to pick the spot where the fish can be seen. In order to see fish simply catch one and observe it as it swims away. This trains your eyes to see fish near the surface of the water.

When a fish bites it is important to set the hook. When the fish grabs the fly pull back on the rod a little to drive hook into its mouth. Keep the drag of the reel constant that way when a fish hits the bait you will not have to set the drag once the fish is hooked. Once the fish has been brought to surface keep it in the water so to minimize stress if you are going to release the fish. Remove the hook very carefully and allow the fish to move some in the water before letting it go.

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