3 Techniques For Ocean Fly Fishing

Just think of it this way, a tuna would never attack a shark. If the fish you are trying to catch thinks it is being attacked, it will not try and eat its predator. Doing so would be foolish on the part of the fish because it would just be committing itself to a foolish death. Based on this, the importance of being able to retrieve a line properly is ever so prevalent.

The next technique that is involved with fly fishing on the ocean is the stance that you have when trying to pull a fish in. Hooking a large fish is half of the battle, but if the fish is a fighter you may have a difficult task of pulling the fish in. This is where your balanced stance comes into play. Many novice fishermen don’t stand properly and sometimes fall over when fishing or have to cut their line. Having a stance that keeps you balanced is vital if you want to pull a powerful fish in. When you learn this, it will be one of your most important techniques.

A proper stance has one foot forward and one foot back with body weight leaning slightly back. By leaning back slightly you will be able to adjust if the fish pulls you forward. This stance will make it significantly more difficult for the fish to pull you in or get extra line. By using these fishing techniques you will be able to easily catch tons of fish every time you go out for fly fishing.

Ocean fly fishing is like anything else in life because technique is what brings success. If you are an inexperienced fisher there is no need to worry, just get out on the ocean and practice these techniques!

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Daniel Eggertsen
Dan Eggertsen is a fellow saltwater fishing enthusiast to the point of obsession. :) He's been providing solid advice on saltwater fishing since 2004.

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