Fly Fishing has become so popular in the last twenty five years, it has always been a known sport among its enthusiasts but not until the last few decades has it sparked an interest in many more anglers.
It provides the ultimate challenge to many, the cast must be perfected, take into account the wind, the moving fish, the moving boat, and you have your perfect saltwater fly fishing scenario.
Here I will introduce you some fly fishing tips:
First, it is a good idea to choose a guide if you have not taken the class for fly fishing and have not experience of fly fishing. A good guide will offer you lots of help, and you can learn much knowledge from him.
Second, Choose the proper leader and tippet. Nothing can spook fish sooner than an oversized tippet for the particular situation. On the other hand, and undersized tippet will result in the fly fisher losing their trophy. The leader in fly fishing is usually divided into three sections, and the actual section is the tippet that is tied to the fly. It is the thinnest section, it needs to be strong, yet allow for a natural drift, without alarming the fish that your offering is connected to a person that will pull back.
Third, if you want to fly fish in high water, here are a bit tips: If the current is raging, fish do not really want to be out in it anymore fly fly fishers do. They tend to hole up, in slower water, and luckily for us closer to shore. But they do not stop feeding. On the contrary, spring run off brings with it the speeding of fish's metabolism, and likewise their desire to eat.
I hope this has clarified and not complicated things a bit. I have had success on many rivers using above techniques. For those who are patient and try the technique's featured, their reward quite likely will be some very big fish to remember.