Fly fishing is a great pastime and a different way for hunters to make their kill. There's a huge competitive element to it, with sports news service For The Win reporting that a 21 pound permit fish catch would smash the world record, showing that hunters can make a name for themselves with the right dedication.
Elevating yourself from a fly fishing amateur to a pro is quite simple, too – once you have all of the basics down and figured out, it’s time to focus on gear to take you the next level.
If you have decided to begin fly fishing recently, you are in the right hands. Fly fishing is a popular sport that has a upward trend in recent years; it’s an exciting, challenging sport that is likely to push you to new limits daily. It can be relatively inexpensive to get started and it is a great way to exercise, and while it seems a little bit of an intimidating hobby, as soon as you get into it, it is not as complicated as you think. If you are a newbie in fly fishing, check out our beginner tips to help you get started.
What's one of the coolest ways to fish? Fly fishing! This is a fast-growing subcategory of fishing, providing the challenge while still being gentle for beginners to learn, starting off with casting. It can be quite frustrating trying to fly cast, which is why I want to help you out, so read on as I'll be teaching fly fishing for beginners in casting!