Turner River Terror wrote: »
I have my best luck with 30 pound Braid and a Finger Mullet.
Anything else is just chasin Butterflies with a Hoop net....
Snooknuggetz wrote: »
Bought a g loomis nrx to flip but this thing is so nice it almost makes me wanna pick up fly fishing. Now I'm a snook guy, I fish heavy gear for heavy snook. So do I flip the nrx for a van staal or do I start my new passion as a fly fisherman?
duckmanJR wrote: »
Fly fishing has some applications where it is optimal...but they are few and specialized.
Inefficient for catching dinner.
Ol'DirtyCaster wrote: »
That's on you. A fly rod is only as effective as the guy holding it. There's no habitat, species, or conditions that I can't dominate with a fly.
Reel Teal wrote: »
:eek: me thinks that's a fib. You're probably good though, but every condition is a stretch:o
FishInFL wrote: »
It's interesting the pecking order of how people who don't fly fish knock those that do. Why so opposed to trying a different way to fish?
Schmidty wrote: »
Fly Fishing is all about "the trip" and not the "destination"....if you can get my drift....
The fun starts with tying.....not with the hook up....and most often ends with an empty cooler...and nothing to show for the day, but a smile...