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Salmon Fishing - 8 Points To Keep In Mind


Salmon Fishing - 8 Points To Keep In Mind

Author: Abhishek Agarwal

Information on Salmon Fishing to make your fishing more Enjoyable

Lets know some important information about salmon fishing:

a. Usually the best time to go for the salmon fishing is the time when light is low and that when there are clouds then it is ideal. This so because in a bright day when the sun is out in the sky the salmons in groups assemble in holes, deep inside the water.

b. It should be noted that the salmons do not feed when they are in river. The striking behavior is learned by them. Though Salmons as we know are aggressive and predatory in nature but it is displayed when they are in lake and not in the river.

c. You should set the hook by yanking downstream with the help of your rod 3 times. If you pull on the line with the hand that is free you can get a better set. It may happen sometimes that while you are lifting the rod up the fly may be pulled out of the Salmon's mouth.

d. The hook should always be sharpen so that it can get into thick Salmon's jaws.

e. You should try fishing along with a partner. It can make your fishing enjoyable as well as both of you can spot a salmon more easily. While one of you may fish other can notice the salmon behavior sitting high on the bank's other. Here polarized glass can be of great help and you will be quite satisfied with it.

f. You should find a nice hole where you can find plenty of Salomon and fish for the entire day.

g. The length and the weight of the tipple should be so adjusted that it should fit in the holes where Salmons are there. The weight of yours shouldn't drag; instead it should only get into the bottom frequently. It should be understood that that the tippet that is 3 feet in length will set the fly 6 inches up to 2 feet off the bottom.

h. If a foam indicator is added at the top part of the fly, you will find that your fly gets more height in the water column.

The tips for Fly Fishing:

The easiest way to use a fly rod to catch salmon is Chuck-n-duck.

The 4 line formulas for the chuck-n duck are:

The River Guide

Hundred plus yards of thirty pounds backing

Twenty Feet of Amnesia line

Hundred feets of shooting line
Three to six of Maxima monofilament (six to eight lb test)
Twenty feets of Maxima monofilament (Twelve lb. test)
Weight and Swivels

The Simple Set-Up

Hundred plus yards of thirty pounds backing
Ten feets of Maxima monofilament (Twelve lb. test)
Hundred feets of shooting line
Weight and Swivels
Three to four feets of Maxima monofilament (Six to Eight lb. test)

The cheap and simple Set-up

Hundred yards of Thirty lb. backing
Hundred feets of Amnesia line (Fifteen lb. test)
Twenty feets of Maxima monofilament (Twelve lb. test)
Weight and Swivels
Three to Six feets of Maxima monofilament (Six to Eight lb. test)

The combo

Hundred plus yards of Thirty pounds backing
Hundred feets of shooting or Amnesia line
Three to twelve feets of Maxima monofilament (Ten to Twenty lb. test)
Weight and Swivels
Four to ten feets of Maxima monofilament (Two to Twelve lb. test)

About the Author:

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