By Larry Cole Fly fishing techniques can be used on streams, rivers, ponds and lakes. Fly fishing works in salt water and fresh water, cold water and warm water. Fly fishing techniques can be broken down into sub-surface and on the surface. Sub-surface means fishing between the bottom of the stream and the surface of […]
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By Stanley Stanton | Submitted On April 15, 2007 Fly fishing the large and small “drive-in” high lakes of Oregon and the Pacific Northwest is an art in itself and good fly-fishing information about a lake is of prime importance to the success of the high lake fly fisher. You need a good understanding of the […]
By Chris Sweeney | Submitted On July 21, 2009 Of all the different fly fishing techniques, nymph fishing is probably the most difficult. Because fly fishing nymphs are extremely small, both beginners and pros alike have a bit of trouble with this fishing technique. However, knowing how to use this technique is extremely important when trout […]
By Charles A Beadon | Submitted On March 22, 2015 One of the most overlooked aspects of fly fishing is accuracy. For most of us we start out with the goal of just making a decent cast and then go head long into the quest for more distance; but in reality control and accuracy will […]