How To Become A Fly Fishing Pro! [NOOK Book]

Overview

Fly fishing is very different than fishing with a lure or worm type baits. The fly fisherman uses a artificial fly consisting of bites of feathers, foam, hide, fur, yarn, and other materials to be tried on to a hook that make it appealing to the type of fish you are catching. Every fly fisherman has his own type of flies he likes to use some purchase them and then some of us like to tie our
own. Fly tying is more of an art with basic training which most people can learn over a ...
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How To Become A Fly Fishing Pro!

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Overview

Fly fishing is very different than fishing with a lure or worm type baits. The fly fisherman uses a artificial fly consisting of bites of feathers, foam, hide, fur, yarn, and other materials to be tried on to a hook that make it appealing to the type of fish you are catching. Every fly fisherman has his own type of flies he likes to use some purchase them and then some of us like to tie our
own. Fly tying is more of an art with basic training which most people can learn over a short period of time. The tip of your rod should be in the four o' clock position with 20 feet (6 meters) of line extended beyond your rod's tip. Trap the line between the rod handle and your index finger. To begin the back cast, bend your elbow, raise your forearm and move the rod tip from four o'clock to eleven thirty and lift the line from the water. Pause for a moment at this point to allow the line to extend behind you before casting the rod forward. Allow the rod to follow through as the line extends to its full length in front of you. Then continue to work the line in this manner. A fish strikes. The fight is on and you successfully land the fish. This is fly casting. Fly fishing is an old method of angling. It was primarily developed to catch trout and salmon. Today, it is still used to fish these species, but is also used to catch bass, carp, pike and a wide range of saltwater fish. The difference between casting and fly fishing is that in casting you use the weight of your bait, sinker and bobber to propel your cast. In fly fishing, the weight of the line propels your line forward and puts your fly into position. The fly cannot do this, as it is
essentially weightless. The goal in fly fishing is to present the fly gently and to always be in control of it.

Contents

Fly Fishing
Top 5 Fly Fishing Vacation Destinations
Understanding Fly Fishing Targets On Flowing Water
Types Of Fly Fishing
Fly Fishing For Fun
Fly Fishing – 5 Main Types Of Lure
The Etiquette Of Fly Fishing A Stream
Salt Water Fly Fishing
History Of Fly Fishing
Fly Fishing Accessories
Wading In The Water With Healthy Fly Fishing Waders
Fly Fishing: A Unique Experience
Tips For Crafting Fly Fishing Lures
Top 5 Fly Fishing Instructions
Fly Fishing For Largemouth Bass
Beginning At The Beginning, The Fly Fishing Basics
The Best Of Fly Fishing Accessories
North Ontario Provides The Best Canada Fly In Fishing Plans
Canada Offers Many Extraordinary Fly Fishing Spots
Top US Fly Fishing Spots
The Best Fly Fishing Spots In The United States
The Great Adventure Of Alaska Fly Fishing
Fly Fishing Casts
Fly Fishing For Men And Women
Fly Fishing Gear For Women
Fly Fishing Culture- Know All About It
Fly Fishing Terms- Everything One Should Know
The Most Popular Fly Fishing Spots In The US
Fly Fishing Gear- Top 10 pieces
Fly Fishing Rod – Purchasing The Best One
Fly Fishing Around The World
Fly Fishing Catch And Release
Best Fly Fishing Equipment
Fly Fishing Trips
The Art Of Making Dry Flies For Fly-Fishing
5 Items To Select For Your First Balanced Fly Fishing Outfit
Specialized Clothes For Fly Fishing Enthusiasts
The History Of Fly Fishing
Top Fly Fishing Spots In The World
Used Fly Fishing Equipment
The Mysterious Allure Of Fly Fishing
Canadian Fly Fishing Equipment
Fly Fishing Equipment Guide
Finding Your Ultimate Fly Fishing Store
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015905243
  • Publisher: Syed Arshad Gillani
  • Publication date: 11/4/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 17 MB
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