Flyfishing is so fabricated as being difficult making it reluctant for many anglers to even give it a fair chance.
With the appropriate equipment and proper instructions, you should be able to cast the line reasonably well within a few hours.
misconception is that flyfishing is just for trout.
Now that we cleared that up, let's begin.
Since most people are familiar with spin-fishing, Analogies between flyfishing and spin-fishing will be used to help you better understand what flyfishing is all about.
you cast a lure attached to a very thin line with a spinning rod.
cast a flyline attached to a leader and fly with a flyrod.
there is a large tolerance between what works and what doesn't.
and flylines have to be matched carefully,
The whole purpose of all of this, besides the grace and beauty of it, is to cast almost weightless flies and present them in the most delicate manner.
would be impossible to cast most flies with any other kind of gear,
and to match the delicate presentations you can achieve with a flyrod
would be just as impossible.
So now you might be wondering why you would want to use a flyrod on something like a bass that likes a big meal. The flyrod can still be more productive in certain situations because of the delicate presentation, but most people do it for the challenge and the joy they get from using such a marvelous tool.
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