Friday, December 13, 2013

Fly Fishing at it's best

     Fly fishing is almost an art form; you really need to know how to do it well if you are going to have success. At first, it is going to be hard, even if you go to this commercial fishing store and get all of the right gear. However, the following tips will help you get better at your craft so that you can start bringing in some true monsters. With dedication and enough hours on the river, you can become one of the best fishermen around. 1. Cast with a flick of your wrist, not by using your entire arm.2. Wear polarized sunglasses so that you can see the fish below the surface. 3. Cast upstream from the fish and let the line drift over them; you do not have to cast right on top of them. 4. Do not give up, even if you can see the fish and they are not taking your bait. You usually have to cast a few dozen times before anything will bite. 5. Let the fish run after you set the hook. If you try to fight it without giving ground, it is going to break the line. You have to let it run so that it gets tired, and then you can slowly start to bring it back in again. If you do all of these things, you should not have any problem fishing for trout, steelhead, salmon, or whatever other fish are in the river that is nearest to you