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    Naples Fishing On The Fly #6712 11/09/11 07:31 PM
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    Capt Rob Mims Offline OP
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    Naples Fishing ...On The Fly

    You have seen the beauty and excitement of fly fishing on TV and in the movies. Now you are ready to try it for yourself. Fly fishing in Naples, FL is a unique destination combined with great fishing and great weather year round. A qualified fishing guide is the best way to get on some fish today.
    Fly fishermen use their own various types of fly fishing gear. It varies from the fishing gear used in bass fly-fishing, sight fishing or deep-sea fishing. Added to the basic rod and reel are items such as the fly line, the leaders, and tippets.

    Rods and Reels for Fly Fishing
    Fly fishing charters in Naples, FL cannot be beat. You can expect to catch lots of different fish with the right rod and reel set-up. The right fly rod and fly reel are key elements in successful fly fishing. You will find rods made of various materials from bamboo to graphite, and in many sizes. The same is true for reels. The size and type of fish in addition to the depths you are targeting fish dictate the type of gear you choose.

    Lines and Leaders for Fly Fishing
    Loading your reel with line before jumping on your fishing charter. It is a good idea to string a variety of options from, floating lines to sinking lines. Most fly fishermen bring more than one type of line strung on various reels to cover all water and weather conditions. This fly line is what gives fly fishermen those beautiful casts you see in the movies. It is a thick line connected to a tippet and straight to the fly.

    The big hurdle for many fly fishermen is the right fishing vessel. Fly fishing can be enjoyed throughout the country on land or from in a boat. Fly fishing can be enjoyed form pontoon boats, kayaks, and canoes. Anglers also fly fish using inner tubes as flotation devices.

    When you prepare for your next fly fishing trip it is a great idea to make a simple checklist.You can mark off tasks as you accomplish them and items when they are packed.
    What types of items should you include on your checklist? One of the best ideas is to replace all of the line in your rods. Line can rot over time and if not replaced will snap when you 'catch the big one'. In fact, according to some estimates a 6 pound tippet is less than half as strong one year later.
    When you pack your reels check to ensure they are clean and in working order. On the boat, or in the water,is not the time to discover a problem with your favorite reel. Reels should be lubed to keep them working well. Cracking and bending indicate real problems.
    Finally, go through your tackle. If you are like many fly fisherman,you collect tackle.Take what you think you will need and leave the rest behind.You want this trip to be fun. You do not want to spend it dragging heavy tackle boxes from one place to another.

    Remember, fishing charters out of Naples, FL is one of the best get-away locations with World Class fishing to be found. Beautiful weather and fantastic fishing all year long make it the perfect spot for beginning and experienced fly fishermen alike.

    Author Resource:- Front Runner Charters offers Key West, Florida Keys, Everglades, and Naples,FL areas with expert charter fishing throughout Florida waters. For more details on Fly Fishing Naples, FL and Light-tackle Fishing Charters near Naples, FL Please visit our website
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    Re: Naples Fishing On The Fly [Re: Capt Rob Mims] #7379 06/03/12 04:37 PM
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    Mariolee Offline
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    Again great info.

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