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How To Catch Fish Using Trout Flies Fishing needs a lot more than just purely putting a line with a hook in the water. Certain skills and techniques can be learned in relation to becoming a successful fisherman. If you are a new comer to the sport of fishing, or if you are looking for some ways to be more successful on the water, you may want some helpful hints for fishing with trout flies. Here we will go over three tips that could make a huge difference. The Fly The first thing you need to do is to choose the trout fly that you're going to use. So that you can have the most success while fishing, there are a few important aspects to think about. The first thing to consider is the size, shape, plus color of the fly. Based on where you plan to fish, you will need to figure out if tandem rigs would be best or dropper flies are far better. Also something else to consider is if the flies would need to be able to float on the surface or a wet fly would be a better choice for the type of fish you are planning to catch. Depending on the season you are fishing in, the color of the flies will vary. For example, winter flies are generally darker because of the darker days during that time. Something else to think about is how selective you think the fish could be. If food is readily available at all times, they may be more selective, which means you should be too. Alternatively, they would go for practically anything during those times of the year where food is in short supply for them. Stalking Before you toss your line in the water, take the time to do a little stalking. How you approach the sport and the water will determine the success of your outdoor fishing. For example, trout are generally sensitive to objects coming to them from the front as well as side. If you approach a trout, do it from the back side. Take a moment to get to know the area and be able to get a good position particularly if the fish have been hanging out in the same spot for a little while or else you could scare them. Because of vibrations on the ground, the fish will recognize when something is drawing near. Walk slowly and gently, and be careful not to kick rubble. If you are fishing from a boat, hold as still as you can, striving to not rock the boat. Whenever you have to release a fish, look at it carefully as it swims away. When you are looking for more fish to capture, watch in which direction that fish goes to essentially let you know what's going on under the water. Play, Land, and Release After you hook a fish, reel it in gradually, as sudden movements could make the fish try to dart away and might break the line. While you are fighting a fish you have captured on the line, never adjust the drag. So the fish can have a far better chance at survival, if you do not want to eat the fish but would rather release it back into the water, get the fish off the line as fast as possible. In addition, if you intend to release your catch, try and unhook it without touching it or taking it out of the water. As you can see, there are some specific tips that you should think about for the best success in catching fish using trout flies. When planning the next fishing trip, remember to find the right fly, stalk the fish, land and release the fish correctly unless you plan on eating your catch. Flydeal Fly Shop

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