Thursday, July 5, 2007

Getting Started With Fly Fishing

Fly fishing is a fishing technique that has been used for a very long time. In a nutshell fly fishing uses an artificial lure that looks like a real insect to lure the fish to bite. The success with this method of fishing has made fly fishing extremely popular in fishing circles and is ideal for you if you are just starting to fish.

Your artificial fly floats on top of the water, mimicking the movement of a real bug, waiting for the fish to bite. Artificial flies come in many shapes and sizes. Dragonflies, grasshoppers, mayfly and stonefly are very popular. The flies look lifelike and can easily fool fish and most people. An alternative to the insect type is to use a lure that resembles eggs. Real eggs rise to the surface to hatch. The artificial eggs lure lies just below the surface of the water. You tend to catch more fish with these lures but it is a little harder than using regular fly fishing lures.

You can use the fly fishing method in saltwater or freshwater. Commonly, in freshwater you will catch mainly trout or salmon. In saltwater there are a variety of marine life that may be caught such as tarpon. Unfortunately with fly fishing it is impossible to control what may bite. Many fly fishermen have found themselves with a little surprise as they reel in their catch. Occasionally they will end up with a chub or beam. But just like any other sport, an element of luck plays a big part in fly fishing.

Fly fishing has become a very popular sport and there are many fly fishing competitions held all over the world. These competitions typically net a decent cash payout and all the bragging rights you can stand. But the main attraction is the catching of fish within a set time limit.

Fly-fishing is a great sport that your whole family can partake and enjoy. It is very peaceful and relaxing to wait patiently for the fish to bite. More so because you can actually see what is going on, since the artificial fly is on top of the water, you can watch as it bobs. What other sport is relaxing, challenging, is not restricted to a season, and can provide food for the family. That is why fly fishing has been around for such a long time.

Les Lambert loves fishing. He runs an informational website on everything related to fishing including fly fishing With great fishing tips, advice and fishing articles. Check out the site for a free report on the fishing trip of your dreams at http://www.qualityfishing.info

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4 comments:

shimniok said...

Good stuff. I would love to read more from you on this topic. I am just now starting to get into fly fishing! I have just purchased almost all of my gear and am ready to head out with a friend for the first time in a couple weeks.

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