Fly fishing hooks are an important part of any fly fisherman’s tackle box. There are a variety of different types of hooks available, and each has its own advantages and disadvantages.
It’s important to choose the right hook for the type of fish you’re trying to catch, as well as the type of water you’ll be fishing in.
The angler stood on the bank, head down and rather dejected. What was likely a true trophy fish was lost. Earlier, the angler made a decision when it came to hook selection. Rather than take the time to read reviews, do basic research and make a decision based on quality rather than price, the angler selected a less than ideal hook for their purpose. The results were certainly destined to be painfully obvious.
Crappie are known for having incredible eyesight, but they do like the cooler water found at night. If you are careful about how you go after crappie, you might hit your limit before dawn. In this article, we will cover how to properly and responsibly catch crappie at night.
The heart and soul of Catch And Release Fishing is the non barbed hook. These are safer for the fish since there is no barb that could tear tissue, even if the hook is buried in the gullet of the fish.
Salmon fishing is a very popular past-time across the world. It is a great-tasting fish, with lots of challenges to make the time fishing worth it. There are many different ways you can fish for this great game fish. In this article, we look at some of the top options and also provide tips on how to fish for salmon.
The fly-fishing angler has for many years used a single hook for their angling experiences. The fly was designed to mimic a natural prey for trout. This meant a single hook was the best option for the angler. In fact, some better trophy fishing locations require flies and a single barbless hook.
Fly-fishing is not an approach for those who lack patience and time to learn how to cast correctly. The expense notwithstanding, fly-fishing is certainly not for everyone.
Children, in particular, are ill-suited to fly-fishing. Most of the children introduced to the sport of angling and catch and relief fishing are better served with standard spinning gear for a few different reasons:
Ask almost any angler what the best freshwater fish to hunt is, and the royal trout is likely to top the list. Wary, exceptional fighters and at times, the bane of those who would tempt them with rod, reel and lure, the trout is certainly one fish countless do enjoy pursuing.