By Barry Reynolds
Carrying on with their quest to unfastened flyfishers from the trout-only dependancy, "Pike at the Fly" authors Barry Reynolds and John Berryman lead a travel in the course of the again alleys of flyfishing looking for every thing from the typical bluegill to the not-so-common white amur. They motivate you to depart overcrowded trout streams and in its place fish warmwater rivers, municipal reservoirs, and farm ponds. greater than something, Barry and John wish you to flyfish extra usually and in the direction of domestic.
The supposedly unapproachable walleye falls to Barry’s flyfishing abilities, and he provides a methodical method of catching largemouth and smallmouth bass, lengthy a favourite of flyfishers. with no apology, Barry and John may also inform you the best way to seize the most important fish you'll locate in neighborhood water—the universal carp. clever, spooky, and robust, carp are overlooked by means of all people other than those that have already stuck them.
There are fish to be stuck at the fly anyplace you reside, and "Beyond Trout" will take you to the waters on your personal yard and train you ways to capture the fish that swim there.
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Recently, a friend and I had an opportunity to fish some private ponds that are home to some genuinely large sunfisha one-pound fish is fairly common. But fish don't get big by being stupid, and in order to catch those old pros, my friend and I found ourselves sneaking around in crouched positions and casting as carefully and precisely as we would to rising browns. " I think my friend was right. Although I've referred to sunfish as our first stop and as a fish to learn on, the pursuit of trophy sunfish can become a passion just as consuming as the pursuit of any other trophy fish.
In many fly shops, the dramatic rise in interest in fishing for bass, panfish, northern pike, and other "beyond-trout" species have resulted in similar information being displayed for local lakes and reservoirs. It may also be time for you to make some new friends. Seek out new acquaintances in bass shops (they've multiplied like mad, too) and at meetings of bass, walleye, and muskie clubs. If you're a dyed-in-thewool trout fisher, you'll probably be amazed to learn that people who fish for these species are just as crazy as trout anglers.
Many maps are actually keyed to the needs of anglers, with comments like "good for walleyes, April through June" inscribed on them. A map provides a general guide to a lake's habitat, giving you some initial places to cast a fly, but you should go on from there to discover your own hot spots. There's a Colorado lake for which beautiful maps can be purchased, all of them full of helpful information for the angler. But my favorite pike fishing spot isn't marked on any of those maps. " Old creek beds, drowned ponds, railroad beds, and areas of high structural relief provide both cover and areas that concentrate moving fish.
Beyond Trout: A Flyfishing Guide by Barry Reynolds