With fly fishing you are going to see all of the action as you cast the fly and play the fish for a strike. The fly is particularly visible on the surface to the fish. You will see the fish take the fly on the floor though trout and other fish are likely to feed under water so if you notice the fish rising to the surface it is time to use a dry fly. Wet flies will sink under the floor of the water an may be passed in front of the fish there bye inflicting the fish too strike at the fly,Nymph fishing is particularly regular after the flies lay eggs on lakes or in streams and that they hatch out as nymphs. As the nymphs make their way to the floor the fish will take them. When they get to the surface they will hatch into a flies. When nymph fishing the imitation nymphs you us can be weighted to remain below the floor of the water. This can be far more of a problem for you as the action all ensue under the floor of the water and you may not be capable of see if a fish is set to strike. Most fish can be caught on a fly however the commonest are trout, salmon, chars, and most game fish. In most areas the trout are the finest and you'll find them feeding mostly on small bugs in shallow water. If you live on the coast you discover salmon fishing with a fly rod a very profitable challenge.
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