Fly Fishing Tackle
Fly fishing is one of the Freshwater Fishing types that needs a lot of practice and patience when starting out.
After you have mastered the finer points it is one of the most relaxing and enjoyable fishing types that you can get. The up side is that you only need a wader and your tackle to be able to go fishing plus you get to see some amazing places along the way.
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Some information on Fly Fishing:
Fly fishing is most renowned as a method for catching trout, salmon, bass and carp, but realistically all freshwater as well as saltwater fish can be targeted and captured on flies if their diet is effectively duplicated by the fly itself and suitable tackle is used.
Unlike other casting methods, this is a technique of casting the fly-line instead of casting the lure. When casting with lures the actual weight of the lure pulls the line from the reel during the cast. Fly-Fishing lures or rather Flies, are too light to remove line from the reels by themself and simply follows the the line itself during a decent cast, which weighs more and and they are tapered, thus they are more castable than lines used in the other types of fishing.
According to the conditions that you are fishing you will change the cast that you use. The most widely used cast is the forward cast, where the fisherman casts the lure / fly into the air, then back over his shoulder until the fly-line is almost straight, then forward again using mostly the forearm only. The main idea behind this cast is to "fill" (bend) the tip of the rod with energy, then transfer that stored energy back to the fly-line, causing the line and the fly to travel a remarkable distance.
This is truly an art form and thou it can be learnt it will take some time to master but even in the learning stages of fly fishing you can still get hours of enjoyment and even a couple of beautiful fish. Truly worth a try.
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