Here is our latest product review winner for the week of November 22th, 2016. Congratulations to Ben Mackereth from Austrailia! He won a $25 AvidMax.com gift certificate for his product review.
Item Purchased: Redington Zero Fly Reel
Rating: “The perfect light fly reel” 5 out of 5 stars!
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Here is our latest product review winner for the week of November 15th, 2016. Congratulations to Roger Stover from California! He won a $25 AvidMax.com gift certificate for his product review.
Item Purchased: Redington RISE II SPOOL 5/6 DARK CHARCOAL
Rating: “Excellent Performance & Value” 5 out of 5 stars!
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One of the most challenging things for me when I started fly fishing was figuring out what kind of fly rod, fly line, leader, and tippet to use. There are a ton of options and you can easily be overwhelmed when trying to figure it out on your own. My goal is to give you a starting point to understanding how to match a fly rod, reel, line, leader and tippet.
Fly Rod Weights
First of all, let me give you a quick overview of fly rod weights. The weight of the rod you use really should be determined by the type of fish you are fishing for. Continue reading “How to match a Fly Rod, Fly Reel, Fly Line, Leader, and Tippet”
Have you ever watched a video, heard a story or even just seen a picture of somebody who caught an enormous fish using a fly rod and thought to yourself, “I want to do that!”.
Typically after this thought comes; “What do I need to fly fish”? There are so many different types of fly fishing that it is easy to get blurry eyed when shopping for fly gear. Let’s talk basics. In my opinion there are five items (Categories) that you will need to think about obtaining when making the leap to fly fishing.
1. Fly Rod and Reel
The first and most important is the fly rod and reel outfit. I bundle this all into one item, but really its two components. Continue reading “5 Things You Need To Start Fly Fishing”