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Fly fishing for trout is great for every beginner who wanted to learn fishing. Here's a quick guide from Videojug on how to fly fish for trout. Enjoy and fish!

When working in the tackle shop we had many customers come in asking to learn how to fly fish for trout or fish. We would show them the various tackle that was required and show them how to rig up their rods for different situations. We learned very quickly that the customers we went out of our way for would come back time and time again looking for more knowledge or assistance to help them on their journey into the world of fly fishing.

or "lures" to provoke the fish to strike (bite at the fly)

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Fly fishing can be done in fresh or salt water

Our collection of expert articles give you a vast wealth of information to help you improve your skills or simply to learn how to fly fish for trout. From the basics, to more advanced topics you will find articles covering every trout fly fishing topic you can think of.

How to fly fish for trout. There are a number of explanations on how to really do this and tips and tactics on it but firstly you probably would want to know if you're fishing water that holds trout. So if you're not sure then again you need to ask local help, fly shops or read a little bit of history about the streams and the waterways you'd like to fish. Once you are convinced there are trout in that area you can fly fish for them, dry, which is on the surface or wet below the surface with either wet flies, nymphs, streamers, back to the surface again with the tractor patterns. If there is no fish rising the tractor patterns are good especially during the Summer times on all your free stone streams and floating line, again is something that is critical and depending on the level of experience the lengths of your leaders are important as well as the type of fly rod that you're actually using. Again not sure on where to go, ask some local people, get on line. There is all sorts of information there that could help you have a better trip and a more rewarding trip. You are not always going to catch fish while you're fly fishing but it's good to know if you are fishing over fish. Another great opportunity on learning to fly fish different waters is engage yourself with a guide. A knowledgeable guide that has been on the water for many years and knows the area well and is able to teach both subsurface and dry fly fishing that will definitely enhance all your other fishing opportunities throughout the country.