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  • Adding Distance to Your Fly Fishing Cast

    Adding Distance to Your Fly Fishing Cast

    If you would like to be able to cast further, there three basic skills to learn, high line speed, elevated line trajectory and lengthening your stroke. Master these three steps and you will be casting 100 feet in no time. Once you have had some practice let me know if you have reached that 100 foot mark. If you enjoyed this presentation please take the time to share it with a friend or colleague.

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  • The Overhead Cast

    The Overhead Cast

    The overhead cast is what everyone wants to learn so can be a competent fly fisherman. This method of casting can be used where there is lots of room both behind and in front of you. There are two main actions to this cast, the back direction and the forward direction of which the back direction is the harder of the two actions to learn. Once you have come to grips with this method of casting you will be able […]

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  • The Roll Cast

    The Roll Cast

    The roll cast is a great cast to learn if you are fishing a area where there is either a bank or trees behind you, and also if the wind is coming from behind you.This presentation will give you a very good introduction to the roll cast as well as  help you iron out any problems you have at present. If you find this presentation helpful, I am sure you have friends as well as colleagues that will also, so […]

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  • Barramundi Fishing Lures

    Barramundi Fishing Lures

    Soft plastic lure fishing is becoming very popular method with barramundi fishermen in both fresh and salt water. The plastic lures can be adjusted by either changing the internal weight, heating the plastic to adjust the lures swimming action or reshaping the lure with a knife of pair of scissors as required. If you enjoyed this presentation then I am sure that you will have friend or colleague that will enjoy it to, so please share it with them. How […]

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  • Braid to Mono Swivel

    Braid to Mono Swivel

    There is no need to try and tie braid to mono again. Join braid to mono using this knotless connection is easy, fast, secure and the swivels come several sizes 8lb, 15lb,30lb, 50lb, 70lb, 100lb and 150lb. If you like this presentation I am sure some of your friends will enjoy it to, so please share it with them as well. The Aussie tackle braid to mono swivel knotless connector makes connecting braid to mono very easy, even in a […]

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  • Skirted Football Jig

    Skirted Football Jig

    When some says that they caught their fish on a jig the first thing you would think was what kind of jig. The skirted jig is one of the most common jigs that is used. Here is a short presentation about the football skirted jig which is used for open water, open bottom and some where that you are dragging the bait. If you found this presentation helpful please share it with your friends and colleagues that may also get […]

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  • Bass Fishing Lure Tips

    Bass Fishing Lure Tips

    Carolina rig fishing has its own techniques you have to use to get good hook sets and being able to cast a bait correctly.Another way to catch bass is using a square bill crank bait. If you found this presentation helpful I am sure you have friends and colleagues that will also, so please click the like button and share it with them. Strike King Bleeding Bait, Mini – King could help you land your next bass.

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  • Salmon Fishing with a Jointed Crankbait.

    Salmon Fishing with a Jointed Crankbait.

    The creek mouth had a flat bottom with no structural features, the fish were suspended at various depths over 24 feet. To have a good chance of catching a fish it was necessary to stagger the baits at different depths. Now you know how to catch those 25lb salmon get out there and give it a go. If you found this presentation helpful I am sure you will have colleagues that will also, so please click the like button and […]

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  • Salmon Fishing with a Downrigger

    Salmon Fishing with a Downrigger

    Salmon fishing with a downrigger (canon ball ) is a good way to troll for salmon once you know what depth the fish are located at. First locate the fish with your depth sounder mark the spot on your GPS, attach the bait to your downrigger clip, lower to the correct depth and troll back through the area you marked on the GPS earlier. I think this was a very good presentation, if you enjoyed it too please share it with a friend.

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  • Fly Fishing Basics

    Fly Fishing Basics

    There are different rods for different fish, the fishing rod is graded by weight from 1 – 15 weight 15 being the heaviest. When purchasing make sure the rod, reel and line are a matching set. If you are new to fly fishing a 6 – 7 weighted rod with a 8′ to 9′ rod length is a good setup to start with. Hope you are a little wiser now with fly fishing basics and if you liked this presentation […]

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