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Fly Fishing: Learn To Angle Like The Pros

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Fly Fishing Apparatus

Fly fishing isn’t just a normal way of fishing because it uses specific tools to catch fish. . The most common associated fish caught with fly fishing tackles is trout and salmon, however pike, bass and carp are being caught as well.

The basic apparatus in fly fishing is the fly rod, fly line, artificial fly line and fly reel. Each part of the tackle has its own vita role in catching fish. First is the fly rod which is used to cast the fly line. The length will vary between 7 to 10 feet depending on the environment where you are fishing. Usually, fly rod are made from graphite and fibreglass and in some cases bamboo. By using other materials, the fly rod will become lighter or heavier and it may also become stiff or bendy. Therefore, follow the intended materials for ht fly rod to work perfectly.


Another part is the fly line which is a plastic coated line that can be found in variety of thickness. They also range in color but usually, bright colored fly line is used to attract the prey that is intended to be caught.

Now let’s go to the major part of the fishing tackle which is the artificial flies. They are made by tying hair, feathers, fur and other natural and synthetic materials onto a hook. Artificial flies range from bright lively colours in order to stand out, or darker colours to match the environment.

Another important part of the tackle is the fly reel. This one is used to hold the fly fishing line. The fish caught depends entirely on the kind of reel used. For bigger fishes, one should consider thicker lines and gears while for smaller fishes, a manual reel can be used.

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Fly Fishing Tactics

One day, in my local tackle store, I’d been listening to some advice from the store keeper, when another customer, an old guy, took me to one side. He’d overheard me moaning about my lack of fishing skill and he offered to give me some advice on how to improve my skill on angling.

It does not matter if you’re a complete beginner, or you just want to improve your fly fishing skill, I will Fast-Track Your Learning Curve, and if you follow just some of the techniques I’m about to show you, your skills will sky-rocket, and you will truly have no option but to succeed

Fish are caught by using artificial flies that are cast with a fly rod and a fly line. The fly line (today, almost always coated with plastic) is heavy enough in order to send the fly to the target.

The main differences between spinner and bait rods, which use heavy weight on the line to cast lures, bait, etc. Artificial flies can vary dramatically in all morphological characteristics (size, weight, colour, etc.).

Artificial flies are created by tying hair, fur, feathers, or other materials, both natural and synthetic, onto a hook with thread.

The first flies were tied with natural materials, but synthetic materials are now very popular and prevalent.

The flies are tied in sizes, colours and patterns to match local terrestrial and aquatic insects, baitfish, or other prey attractive to the target fish species.

There are a wide variety of Fly rods of different weights, lengths and material are used to present artificial flies to target species of fish as well as fight and land fish being caught.For general use there are a big variety of fly lines to use when fresh or saltwater fishing

A wide variety of general use and specialized fly lines are used to cast artificial flies under a wide variety of fresh and saltwater conditions.

Terminal tackle is used to connect the artificial fly to the fly line and allow the appropriate presentation of the fly to the fish.

You have a big choice of accessories-tools, gadgets, clothing and apparel used by the fly angler for maintenance and preparation of tackle, dealing the fish being caught as well as personal comfort and safety while fly fishing. Includes fly boxes used to store and carry artificial flies.If you would like even more information click here…….

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    Episode 4 Carp Fishing at Lakeside Fisheries with Harry Andy and Rob


    In this short video we travel to Ranskill. Both Harry and Andy beat their personal bests! Rob catches an 18lb Common and a 12lb Mirror. Harry runs through his rig and baits that hes using. There are five lakes at the Lakeside Fishery complex, comprising a 40-peg Match Lake, two pleasure lakes, a specimen lake and even a fly lake. The Match Lake holds carp to double figures, ide, skimmers, tench, roach, bream, rudd, chub and crucians, providing year-round sport. On the specimen lake carp up to 37lb and only six pegs with a good head of twenty ponders.

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