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Fly Fishing Instruction

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Every fly fisher can use a refresher course once in awhile, whether it’s a casting technique, reading where fish are holding during different times of year, or tying an old productive pattern. Here’s a running list of useful tips, tricks and instructional pieces.
  1. Casting
  2. Fly Tying
  3. Preparation
  4. Additional Tips and Tricks

Casting

Learning how to execute the perfect cast is no easy task, even for the experienced fly fisher. Casting techniques and strategies can change from fishery to fishery, season to season and even hour to hour depending on the atmospheric conditions and specific hatches.

Fly Tying

Making your own flies is a fun and absorbing hobby. (Some people enjoy fly tying as much as fly fishing!) Catching a fish on a fly you made yourself is a great feeling. And knowing more about how your flies work can help you fish them more successfully. 

Preparation

 Don’t you hate when you start off on a fishing trip and realize you’ve forgotten something? The following checklists and tips will make sure you have exactly what you need when you get out on the water.

Additional Tips and Tricks

With all of the instructional stories and tidbits out there, some worthwhile tips and tricks are going to fall through the cracks. Here are some other worthwhile tips you might want to check out.

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