We all enjoy going out fly fishing whether it is for largemouth bass, brown trout or massive steelhead but who knew that it could be so beneficial to your health.
Four hours of wading in a river burns a whopping 1000 calories and provide a complete workout to the arms, back, core and legs. That is more calories burnt than running a 10 km race!
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Adding flash and vibration to flies is a proven way of attracting predatory fish. A great way of doing so is to spruce up your flies with wiggle tails. The life-like action of wiggle tails are hard for the fish to resist.
In this article you find an instructional video on how to attach wiggle tails to your flies using snaps for hooks and snaps for tails.
Just like many other game fish, northern pike will display seasonal patterns. These patterns are fairly universal and once you are aware of them allow you to more efficiently target structure and cover that are most likely to hold pike, whether it being spring, summer, fall or winter.
This guide will give you an overview seasonal northern pike patterns.
In this video Ben Pacheco from Rapax Fly Fishing shows you how to tie the Clouser Minnow.
Although a fairly simple pattern in terms of the number of materials used, the Clouser Minnow is a proven performer when it comes to bass fly fishing and is a must in every fly box.