When most people think of winter they think of building snowmen or shoveling sidewalks, but not fly fishing. The winter months can sometimes drag on and feel like years to anglers anxiously waiting for warmer months. Most people don’t realize that the winter months can be just as effective as other times of the year to catch fish on the fly. In the following, I have outlined some equipment and tactics for winter fly fishing that will help you become more effective at chasing the winter bite during the cold months of the year.
Do not let the cold keep you inside this fall. Fall trout fishing in Pennsylvania can be one of the best times to hit the water. Some trout waters have been stocked one last time during the fall and most of the anglers are out in the woods in search of bucks, not brownies. Thinking about heading to the water in November? Here are several fly fishing tips for fall to help your chances of landing a few across the Keystone State this time of year.
Fly anglers fishing for bass are definitely in the minority when it comes to fly fishing. Bass are the most popular game fish in America for many reasons. They are hardy predators that hammer lures and put up a great fight. Are you looking for a challenge outside of landing a trout on a fly rod? Look no further than the nearest river or lake and try your fly fishing tactics at hooking up with a monster bass.