PRACTICE, PRACTICE AND PRACTICE. There are no short-cuts in fly fishing. In order to help you do that, we have included some material to support your journey: a beautiful video illustrating the very essence of fly fishing and an informative eBook filled with facts about tackle, casting and fishing techniques. We hope that you'll find them useful and they will motivate you to keep on fly fishing...

Fly fishing - learning by doing

One of the most common and most severe pitfalls in fly fishing is the proper balancing of the fly fishing set. A novice might buy a rod from one place and a reel and fly line from another. Casting with a poorly balanced set is not an easy task for anybody and the problems in casting can sometimes make the novice to give up the new hobby before he/she even started it properly. Add the need to learn to tie proper knots for the backing, the fly line and the leader and you'll start to see, why the beginning of our beloved hobby is so often considered to be rather demanding. The best option always is to get personal tutoring from somebody, who knows what he/she is doing. If you are lucky, you have this person in your family or among your friends. If not, the next best thing is to join to your local fly fishing club. They will welcome you with open arms and they will take care of you: they will help you in tackle related matters and they will teach you the basics of fly casting. Another good option is to hire a professional casting instructor for a day or two. They are always worth the money and they will speed up your learning process considerably. Regardless whatever path you'll choose, make sure that you go out and practice your casting and your fishing. Learning by doing is the only way to go. There are no short-cuts in fly fishing. In order to help you do that, we have included some material to support your journey: a beautiful video illustrating the very essence of fly fishing and an informative eBook filled with facts about tackle, casting and fishing techniques. We hope that you'll find them useful and they will motivate you to keep on fly fishing...

Flyfishing - Introduction to fishing with flies

Lithuanian FFF casting instructor Ernestas Keturka in beautiful "Flyfishing -Introduction to fishing with flies" video. It introduces the main fly fishing techniques, important casts and much much more.

Fly fishing - Angler's Guidebook

This eBook contains all that information which a total novice wants when he/she is starting fly fishing. It is written by a world famous Polish angler Adam Sikora who has an incredible knowledge of the sport. The book contains very valuable information also for more advanced anglers.