The easiest way to catch a big fish is with a streamer – a wet fly that imitates a small bait of the larger fish feed. There are many imitations of bait will catch fish in lakes, streams, ponds and salt water.
If you can throw 20 feet, you can fish in streams and rivers with streamer. You can even remove the line spool and let the water and let it drift with the current and capture fish. The line moves to the fly, making it look like a swimming bait. Launch a streamer, like a Woolly Bugger, moving water, and pique expect a hungry fish.
The saltwater streamers or large freshwater require large canes to deliver them. The larger fly, the bigger the fish will be captured and the greater the cane you will need to launch and fight the fish (small flies can also catch large fish).
Streamers bait fish
When fishing with streamers, first determine what bait for trout the larger fish where fish feed. For example, if a fly fishing in a stream perch, and perch feeds mainly on crayfish, you need a fly that looks like a crayfish. But if the silverfish are their main food, then you’ll want to use a serpentine silver.
While the line will swim the fly in the water moving, it will not in the calm waters of ponds and lakes. You have to make swimming casting and reeling the line. The farther you can throw, fly longer and collect more likely capture.
Different fly fishing lines recover at different water levels. For example, a floating line goes fishing and retrieve the fly near the surface. But if the fish are deep, you will need to fly sink to catch them. And you need a sinking line to carry the fly to the fish.
Weight fly line
The sinking fishing lines are heavier than water. The heavier the line (type 1 or I sink slower and type 5 or V sinks faster), faster sinks. In deep or fast moving water you need a type V line to reach the bottom with the streamer. In shallow waters slow movement needs a floating line or Type I. In lakes, an intermediate line or a line of uniform subsidence are ideal for carrying streamers below the surface.
Fishing with streamers in ponds or lakes is simple – throw and recover slowly or just let it rotate and follow him behind the boat while moving. The fish will do the rest.
When streamer fishing in rivers, just throw the streamer through current and let the flow carry it downstream. Most chopped happen at the bottom of the swing. Throw the streamer toward shore when fishing from a boat and recover fast.
The streamers can serve very well in water when aiming to catch larger fish. However, do not forget that you can also use dry flies and nymphs to capture a variety of large fish.
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