I work at The Charleston Angler fly shop in South Carolina where I'm finishing college. My foremost passion is fly fishing, whether it be sight casting to tailing redfish or drifting dry flies for trout and bass. I've been fly fishing for about a decade now, and with the minimal responsibilities of adolescence, I've managed to put in a lifetime's worth of hours on the water already!
Understanding fish spawning rituals can greatly increase your chances of being around, and possibly hooking that adult specimen that you’ve been after. Here’s how to use fish spawning habits to your favor.
The fly leader is the portion at the end of your fly line that’s supposed to be invisible to the fish and will eventually be attached to a fly. Fly leaders are usually made of monofilament or fluorocarbon. Here’s how to get the most from your fly fishing leaders.