How To Fly Fish
How To Fly Fish
Fly fishing can be used to catch all varieties of fish. It uses a weighted line instead of traditional weights on the end.
How to fly fish. Unlike conventional methods where we're casting a weight at the end of a line to enable us to cast a distance, with fly fishing, we're actually casting a weight that's in the line so that helps us when we want to cast a very small fly and present it to fish that hopefully think it's food. The items that we'll cast at the end of our fly line are made of fur and feather and we're to imitate or to annoy a fish into hopefully taking the fly but that's the thing that's hard to get out there so if we show you the equipment.
The equipment required for fly fishing is very different. Rod and reel, as you can see, the line is considerably thicker than most conventional monofilament line you get on a spinning outfit or bait fishing outfit but this is the tool that helps us cast the fly. As you can see, the weight of the line, this is the part that's thicker, yeah.
Now, this is a weight forward profile fly line which means that in the forward half of the line, we have all of the weight that does the job and these are weighted. This is a number 6 rod. This is a weight forward 6 line, weighted correctly to move the rod correctly.
What we'll do is we'll show the casting and we'll talk through other methods, other areas that we may try fly fishing such as salt water, salmon fishing, river fishing for various species and what I find more and more these days is that people are trying fly fishing for all fish. If it swims, you can catch it on a fly. .