Archive for the 'Fly Fishing Tips' Category

Fishing Tackle Equipment and Clothing

Monday, August 4th, 2008

Fishing on a budget is easy to do with John Norris. Find many fishing tackle items at a discounted price. Some of the fishing tackle is up to 60% off. Check out the bargain deals under the bargain tab. You will find quality fishing rods below other stores costs. The same fishing rod only not […]

Liverpool Fly Fishers

Wednesday, January 30th, 2008

Liverpool Fly Fishers is open to anyone in the Liverpool business community who shares the love of fly fishing. The objective of Liverpool Fly Fishers is to bring good people to the river bank to build business networks whilst enjoying great fishing, food and craic. Fly Fishing has been referred to as the new golf […]

Fishery For Sale

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2007

As summer approaches and the days become longer I find myself staring out of the office window wondering what it would be like to be a fishery owner at this time of year. Many people associate a lottery win with a fancy car, a big house or private jet, but all I long for is […]

My Secret Fishing Tackle

Friday, March 30th, 2007

I have recently discovered a new item of fishing tackle that I can no longer be without. It makes my fishing more enjoyable and has made my fly fishing trips more successful. Modern technology is often criticised by angling purists, but this innovation will improve your catch rate and make your day more relaxing than […]

Fly Fishing Blog

Tuesday, December 5th, 2006

The joy of using artificial fly fishing flies is that each time you experience the delights of angling for trout something will happen that you just have to share with the world. From the one that got away to the monster Tweed Salmon landed on a hand tied Jock Scott, you will always have something […]

Improve your fly fishing in 5 easy steps

Wednesday, November 29th, 2006

Remembering just five essential steps will improve fly fishing for beginners and experts alike. The five angling gems that will help you catch more trout are all any keen fly fisherman needs to do. Generations of anglers have learned that catching brown, blue, tiger, or rainbow trout, and even sea trout relies upon:

Fly Casting Tips

Thursday, October 12th, 2006

Very few fly fishermen would be so bold as to claim that there is no way they could improve their fly casting. Likewise, few fishermen would disagree that some day’s are better than others when it comes to forming neat casting loops, casting great distances or ensuring splash free presentation of the fishing fly. With […]

Buzzer Fishing Fly

Wednesday, August 2nd, 2006

The Buzzer Fishing Fly is increasingly popular with trout fisherman, particularly with the widespread adoption of bite indicators. Buzzers hatch every day… with a few exceptions, so this approach to fly fishing should be an option for anyone who wants to catch fish. Fly Fishing with a Bite Indicator is growing in popularity due to […]

Fly Fishing in hot weather

Thursday, July 27th, 2006

The summer months offer a welcome seasonal challenge to the trout angler. Throughout June, July and August it can be difficult to catch Rainbow Trout due to the warmer water temperatures and the reduced oxygen levels. Sustained heat over a number of weeks will usually result in the fish comfortable swimming in deep, colder water […]

Winter Fly Fishing

Sunday, January 29th, 2006

When facing the prospect of a day in the cold fly fishing for trout during the winter months it is reassuring to have a strategy in place to make the day worthwhile. When tying a fly to the leader the coldness of your hands can make you reluctant to repeat the exercise. The key to […]