|Some people like to fly fish from their canoe. But there are
advantages and disadvantages to this unusual combinations of
People usually fly fish from land, standing still in water or
from a larger boat. Fly fishing from a canoe may seem crazy at
first, but there are many advantages to be had. There are also
disadvantages, but after you overcome them, you are sure to have
a wonderful fishing adventure.
You will have to overcome some disadvantages before you even try
to fly fish from a canoe. You might find it hard in the
beginning to maintain control of your line since you are closer
to the water than usual. If you catch a fish, you might find it
difficult to reel in without tipping the canoe. Especially if it
is a giant fish! Another disadvantage might be the tendency of
the canoe to disturb the water. If you can stay motionless and
are accustomed to the boat then disturbing the water will not be
a problem. When you get over these few disadvantages, you will
experience the best fishing ever!
The advantages of fly fishing in a canoe are significant if you
can overcome the disadvantages listed above. Being in a canoe
lets the fisher go over more water quickly. This is essential
for good fly fishing. You can also get into untapped fishing
holes that otherwise they would not have been able to reach.
Such locations usually do not allow motor boats, so a canoe is
excellent! Another advantage is the silence. They do not have
loud motors or propellers, only smooth, quiet rowing. This is an
essential factor for fly fishers!
If you have a canoe, you are ready to try fly fishing. It is
helpful for you to own the shortest canoe you can get. A shorter
boat will make fly fishing a lot easier. Try it sometime. It is
relaxing and fun.
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