A Fly Fishing Crash Course For Beginners: The Ultimate Guidebook On Fly Fishing Gear, Fly Fishing Baits, Good Fishing Spots And Basic Fly Fishing Techniques So You Can Train To Become A Pro Angler [NOOK Book]

Overview

Fly fishing is a method to catch fish by using artificial lures instead of live or real baits to attract and capture fish.

Traditional fishing involves the use of live worms or other insects for bait while fly fishing uses feather, fur, yarn or any other material of the same kind to form a fly pattern ...
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A Fly Fishing Crash Course For Beginners: The Ultimate Guidebook On Fly Fishing Gear, Fly Fishing Baits, Good Fishing Spots And Basic Fly Fishing Techniques So You Can Train To Become A Pro Angler

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Overview

Fly fishing is a method to catch fish by using artificial lures instead of live or real baits to attract and capture fish.

Traditional fishing involves the use of live worms or other insects for bait while fly fishing uses feather, fur, yarn or any other material of the same kind to form a fly pattern that can be a magnet for fish .

Fly fishing is an exciting sport for many because of the feeling of anticipation and eagerness one gets while waiting for a fish to grab hold of the line.

Fly fishing is also a sport preferred by anglers who are more willing to protect the environment as fly-fishing techniques are safer to the fish and most anglers always make it a point to return their catch back to sea.

Most experts say that fly fishing is the most difficult fishing method to learn as there are many kinds of techniques to become skilled at such as baiting, casting and spinning. However, it is the most precise way to catch a fish because you get to put the fly exactly where you want it.

There are many fly fishing gears to get familiar with. There are the types of bait or lure to know about. There are many technical elements involved to practice at and master. When learning to fly fish, you need to know these few basic guidelines in order to become a pro angler.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012102393
  • Publisher: David K. Bixler
  • Publication date: 1/25/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 377 KB

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