The other fly fishing supplies you will need are a matter of opinion. There are all kinds of “toys” you can buy, but we will tryto stay close to the fly fishing basics. Some items you just don’t need. A goodexample of this is that I still don’t bring a landing net when I go fly fishingfor steelhead. (don’t get me wrong; there are times when you will needone).
There are some fly fishing tips and techniques that are amain part of fly fishing basics. They are true whether you are fly fishing alake or a stream.
Fly fishing is a method of fishing that uses an artificial fly to catch fish in both freshwater and saltwater bodies of water. The techniques used for fly fishing vary based on the type of water body (lakes, river, pond, ocean, etc.) that is being fished in. The primary difference between fly fishing and other fishing techniques is the weight of the fishing line is what carries the fly during the cast, unlike other techniques that use a weight on the end of the fishing line. The artificial flies used will resemble insects, bait fish, crustaceans and other styles that can attract a fish.
Yes, there are a lot of fly fishing basics to learn. Thereare times when you would want to “skate” a dry fly across the water. Thissounds unnatural doesn’t it?