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Salt Water Fly Fishing

Salt water fly fishing has grown in popularity over the past half century as many fisherman experience the thrill and excitement of the sport. Some choose to don their waders and fish from the shoreline, some prefer to use a small boat as they explore shallow fishing areas, and still others opt for the adventure of deep sea fly fishing. Nearly three quarters of the earth is covered with salt water, giving those who enjoy salt water fly fishing an unlimited number of places to fish. Understa........ Read More

Fly Fishing Guides

Fly fishing has grown in popularity over the years to the point it is at now – an almost obsession for many avid outdoorsmen (and women!) When looking for a guide to fly fishing, you need to find one that will cover both the basics along with the advanced techniques. There is no one way to fly fish right or wrong. It takes practice and persistence, but you will find an amazing recreational value when you take up this sport. Fly fishing isn’t a complicated sport, but if you can find........ Read More

Fly Fishing Magazines

One of the best ways to learn about fly fishing is by reading about it. You don’t have to buy hundreds of books, though. There are many magazines dedicated to fly fishing, and most of them can give you a lot of great information. The leading magazine, and probably the most popular, is Fly Fisherman. This magazine gives lots of great tips and tricks you can try, and it brings you some of the most up-to-date news about streams and rivers that are popular with fly fishermen. You can ge........ Read More

Fly Fishing For Trout

Fly fishing is most often done for the various species of trout that exist in the waters and streams of the Western United States. For example, a fly fishing trip to Colorado will find you catching mostly rainbow trout, but if you are fishing the Great Lakes region, you will be looking at more bass fishing than trout. The best places for trout fishing, besides in Colorado, include North Carolina, Ontario, Northern California, and Washington. Trout prefer smooth, clear running streams an........ Read More

Fly Fishing – Where Sport And Craft Combine

There is no sport as versatile or as widespread as fishing. It is a sport that can be undertaken as cheaply or as expensively as you wish. Five year olds in bare feet and overalls can attach a piece of string to a stick, bend a paper clip, and attach a worm and have as much fun as the billionaire fishing enthusiast with a deep sea fishing boat, lines, tackles, rigging, harpoons, shades and champagne. Fishing is a hobby and a living, a sport and a serious occupation. One of the most popular meth........ Read More

The Best Fly Fishing Trip Money Can Buy

When money is no object, you have so many options when planning a fly fishing trip. Maybe you’ve saved up your money and now are ready to experience the ultimate fly fishing trip. You don’t even have to leave the country to get the best fly fishing trip money can buy. But if you want an amazing experience, you will want to consider an international fly fishing trip. There is a great book on the market right now titled The Best Fly Fishing Trips Money Can Buy. It was written by a w........ Read More

Fly Fishing Knots

When you are fly fishing, tying the right knots can make a world of difference in your success or failure. It’s important to not only select the right knot for the situation but also to tie it properly. Poorly tied knots will mean lost fish and frustration for you, so knowing about the right knots and how to tie them can be a huge part of the fly fishing experience. Before you tighten a knot, moisten it with saliva or with water you are fishing on. This will help the knot slide and s........ Read More

What Is Fly Fishing?

Fly fishing may seem like a great and easy-going hobby but it is actually a difficult sport that requires a true love for fishing and a sharp mind to understand all the instructions and the use of the equipment for fly fishing. It is different from ordinary fishing where you have a rod and a bait and then you can throw it anywhere and just wait for the fish to catch it. The art of fly fishing can be passed on from one generation to another. For those who were not lucky enough to have uncles or ........ Read More

Fly Fishing - In Search Of The Chase

With fly fishing, sometimes it is all about the chase. Here’s a day trip that looked unfruitful, but turned out alright in the end. Colorado Fly Fishing We put the raft in on a warm morning in Sept. without a cloud in sight. My expectations were not high, since a warm sunny day tends to put the fish down, at least on this stretch of the Colorado. When the fish aren’t rising, I go straight for tandem streamers; there is nothing more exciting than a big pissed off brown chasing your streamer........ Read More

Fly Fishing – I Know Knot What I Do

When it comes to fly fishing, tying a knot is not the most glamorous of subjects. Without a knot, however, you’ll not be snatching the Muskie of your dreams. Fly Fishing Knots First thing first, we need to get the lingo down since we wont be using illustrations in this article. Three basic terms will cover practically any aspect of the knot tying process. “Tag end” refers to the last ten inches of so of line you are holding in your hand, to wit, the pointy part you will be pushing throu........ Read More

Stream Fly Fishing For Trout - Know Their Holding Lies

When fly fishing for trout it is especially important to understand the various types of trout lies. Trout take up their positions, or lies, based on a set of three of their basic needs when they are in moving water. These needs are shelter from a constant current, protection from predators, and the need for adequate food. Swimming against a strong current can be very tiring for a trout. Therefore, they look for shelter from the current which is their first need. Sometimes the trout rest be........ Read More

Fly Fishing For Steelhead

Fly fishing for steelhead fish can be a challenging and rewarding experience. These amazing fish share their heritage with the Atlantic and Pacific salmon. Although they are native to the West Coast of the United States as well as in Russia, they can also be found in the tributaries of the Great Lakes. This is because they were planted in the lakes many times in the 1800’s. There are numerous places you can go when fly fishing for steelhead. As we’ve already said, they are most pl........ Read More

Fly Fishing – Catch And Release Yourself

When fly fishing, many anglers prefer to catch and release their fly fishing prizes. Still, what should you do when you’re the prize? That’s Gotta Hurt If you become a fly fishing fanatic, you will inevitably hook yourself one day. Of course, this has never happened to me, but my “friends” have done it repeatedly. Being a thoughtful and observant person, I’ve seen how they go about unhooking themselves from a fly. Again, this is never happened to me. Ever. No, I won’t take a lie de........ Read More

Top 5 Fly Fishing Vacation Destinations

Fly fishing is one of the most popular forms of angling on the planet. It is far superior in the way of skills that are required and that means that you will be having a grand time no matter what. A fly fishing vacation is not for everyone. There is something special about this type of thing that not everyone will enjoy. Fly fishing requires so much more that many people do not find it enjoyable to say the least. That is why there are not a lot of top locations that are specific to fly fish........ Read More

Fly Fishing Equipment: The Basic Choices In Reels

This article discusses the basics of choosing a fly fishing reel which is right for what you intended to do. Fly fishing reels do two things. They store fly line, and they provide drag against a fish as it fights once landed. Most are made from aluminum. Be sure to check the quality of the reel - some cast molded aluminum reels are made cheaply, and can break more easily than solid block models. Beyond that, two different types of reels exist for the fly fisherman: the Spring and Pawl, and........ Read More


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