Monday, July 25, 2011

An Irish Priest Loved To Fly Fish

An Irish priest loved to fly fish, it was an obsession of his. So far this year the weather had been so bad that he hadn't had a chance to get his beloved wadders on and his favourite flies out of their box

Strangely though, every Sunday the weather had been good, but of course Sunday is the day he has to go to work.

The weather forecast was good again for the coming Sunday so he called a fellow priest claiming to have lost his voice and be in bed with the flu. He asked him to take over his sermon.

The fly fishing priest drove fifty miles to a river near the coast so that no one would recognise him. An angel up in Heaven was keeping watch and saw what the priest was doing. He told God who agreed that he would do something about it.

With the first cast of his line a huge fish mouth gulped down the fly. For over an hour the priest ran up and down the river bank fighting the fish. At the end when he finally landed the monster size fish it turned out to be a world record Salmon.

Confused the angel asked God, "Why did you let him catch that huge fish? I thought you were going to teach him a lesson."

God replied "I did. Who do you think he's going to tell?"

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Friday, July 22, 2011

Learn Casting Techniques

Casting is much like any thing else and it is something you learn and get better at the more you do it. The nice thing is that anyone can learn to cast absolutely perfectly if they are willing to put in the time and practice. We have all heard the saying "Practice makes perfect." In this case it really is true.

You may be surprised to learn this but the best place to practice your casting is on dry land. The thing is waiting until you are at the water will waste a lot of time and very possibly scare the fish.. Every day all you need to do is commit a few minutes to your practice and you will be very surprised how fast you will learn.

pick something in the yard for a target like an old bike rim or something and try and hit it each and every time. make sure you try from different distances and eventually make your target smaller.
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Thursday, July 14, 2011

Bass And Crawfish

There is no doubt. All the great anglers and biologist and so forth will agree that mature bass love to feed on crawfish.

Not a lot of people realize just how much crawfish are actually out there. While many thing they are almost non existant they are very wrong. You can find crawfish in just about all bodies of water including lakes, rivers, streams, ponds and even dug outs.

Fishermen love catching bass in crawfish rich areas. It seems those bass become much bigger in much less time. The advantage for the bass is they dont need to exert a lot of effort to catch the crawfish. It just seems that bass feeding on crawfish is a win win situation.
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Sunday, July 3, 2011

Using A Plastic Worm

When it comes to fishing with plastic worms many people dont realize there actually are techniques that can be used to catch greater amounts of fish.

The problem is people tend to real the worm in much too fast. They usually get this happening because they have used other baits that do require faster reeling such as crank baits or buzz baits.

Of course there is an exception to every rule but when it comes right down to it the only way to deal with a plastic worm is slow. You will want to speed up but you just have to keep forcing yourself to slow things down. Another problem when fishing with worms is taking too big of sweeps. The trick to sweeping a worm is use your wrists to sweep instead of the entire rod. Doing this will keep the worm moving slowly but still aggresively enough.

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