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Fly fishing is fun and easy to learn. You can fly fish anywhere, from the shore of a lake or from a boat. To start fly fishing you need a fly rod, a line and some artificial flies. Learn what are the best fly fishing flies you can use, aquatic insects, streamers, and fly fishing flies patterns
Learn what are the best fly fishing flies you can use to catch more fish.
Most flies fit into three basic categories: Dry flies, Nymphs, and Streamers.
Learn more about mayflies, caddisflies, midges and stoneflies.
Learn about the different types of fly fishing streamers.
Learn some of the best fly tying patterns for trout. From dry flies to streamers, and more
The Woolly Bugger is one of the simplest fly tying patterns for trout.
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