How to fish with more than one fly
Having more than one fly on your leader actually makes pretty good sense in the very simple way that presenting more than one temptation to the fish increases the chance of a bite. But there are many other reasons.
Most of us know how, but this article is for the ones who never set up a fly reel from scratch. See which knots will work where and what type and amount of backing you most probably want. Start with this simple trout setup, and you can expand to other types.
Tuesday Tip: The Keys to Good Stream Etiquette - Orvis News
Written by: Bill Cairns Bill Cairns was a pioneer in fly-fishing instruction and a Master Caster. It used to be that most new fishermen were gradually introduced to the sport of fly fishing by a family member or friend who had a fishing background, and various rules of behavior would be acquired over time and adhered to as a. . .
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Ten Winter Fly Fishing Tips - blog.vailvalleyanglers.com
Winter fly fishing presents a unique set of challenges that anglers don’t have to deal with the rest of the year. These challenges include cold weather safety, when, how and where to find fish and specialized fly fishing gear. For those that are willing to put a little extra effort into preparation and on the […]
A Guide's Guide to Fly-Fishing Mistakes: "Presenting the Fly" | MidCurrent
Match the action of your fly to the action of the natural for a complete imitation that will entice a fish. The hatch chart at the fly shop said Hoppers. I saw
10 Rules for Kayak Fishing
My thoughts on 10 Rules that would help make kayak fishing better. This isn't an end all be all list but some things that if we kept in mind, could help grow our sport. 1. Learn to Paddle a Kayak- Sometimes staying on a spot is very important and nature will try to push you off of it. Whether it be current, wind or passersby, learning to maneuver your kayak well will add time fishing and reduce frustration. 2. Wave at Other Kayak Fishermen- Some of us are social; some are not. A nod and a…
Presentation is Everything When Casting in a Stream
Learn the proper techniques for casting in a stream by following our guide. Whether you're casting, mending, or high-sticking, these techniques will yield more fish.
Guide to Tying Knots
This infographic will show you the best practices for knot-tying. From sailing to mountain climbing, your backyard to the backwoods, knowing how to tie perfect knots will make life easier, and could even prevent some seriously sticky situations.
Classic Pro Tips: How Not to Break Your Fly Rod - Orvis News
Leaning your rods against the car while you wader-up can lead to disaster. (Dramatization.) Photo by Phil Monahan Sure, most fly rods come with a lifetime guarantee these days, but breaking your rod can be a real drag. It often means a ruined trip and some down time, while you wait for repairs. Here are 5. . .
Tenkara Magazine article: Ten Techniques for Tenkara by Jason Klass - Tenkara USA® - the Original tenkara brand in the US
Tenkara blog by Tenkara USA, the best resource to learn tenkara
Where’s That Trout? Learn How to Locate Trout in a Stream
Increase your chances of catching trout by learning to think like one. Trout hide in many nooks and crannies, follow our guide for locating trout in a stream.
WE ARE SALMON JUNKIES - The Official Trailer (NEW)
WATCH THE TRAILER: YEAH...Finally, its here after many months of preparation. The Atlantic salmon is known as the King of Fish. In the hierarchy of the river’s…