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How to Fly Fish with a Spinning Rod Part 1 WATCH PART 1: INTRODUCTION This is an excerpt from my DVD Trout Streams of SW Wisconsin and also serves as an introduction to how to fly fish with a spinning rod. I have made numerous and significant improvements to the technique and these are revealed in the 107 minute DVD "How to Fly Fish with a Spinning Rod".
How to Fly Fish with a Spinning Rod Part 2 WATCH PART 2: BASICS This is the 2nd video of the series explaining the method of fly fishing with a spinning rod. The focus is on tangles, line and fly storage.
How to Fly Fish with a Spinning Rod Part 3 WATCH PART 3: MORE BASICS This is the 3rd chapter of How to Fly Fish with a Spinning Rod. Topics include # of flies, hookless lures, double hooks, scent, and rod selection.
How to Fly Fish with a Spinning Rod Part 4 WATCH PART 4: CASTING TECHNIQUES Casting technique is a bit different when you have a couple flies trailing the lure and this discusses some of the important strategies to cast without encountering tangles.
How to Fly Fish with a Spinning Rod Part 5 WATCH PART 5: SPOONS The focus is on spoons - what type of spoons to use, how to fish them, and what flies to use with them.
How to Fly Fish with a Spinning Rod Part 6 WATCH PART 6: CRANKBAITS The focus in this chapter is crankbaits - which ones to use, how to use them and what flies to fish with them.
How to Fly Fish with a Spinning Rod Part 7 WATCH PART 7: SPINNERS & OTHER LURES Spinners are the main topic, specifically which spinners to use, how to use them and what flies to use with them. Fly fishing with lure types other than spinners, spoons and crankbaits is also discussed.
How to Fly Fish with a Spinning Rod Part 8 WATCH PART 8: DRY FLIES In this episode we discuss dry flies - which flies to use and how to fish them.
How to Fly Fish with a Spinning Rod Part 9 WATCH PART 9: NYMPHS Here we discuss one of the essential types of flies for catching trout consistently - nymphs. Which types and sizes to use, how to fish them, and what lures they work best with are all described.
How to Fly Fish with a Spinning Rod Part 10 WATCH PART 10 SOFT HACKLES Here we discuss a highly effective but often overlooked fly - the soft hackle. Which ones to use, how to use them, and which lures they work best with are all described. The soft hackle is often my go-to fly.
How to Fly Fish with a Spinning Rod Part 11 WATCH PART 11: STREAMERS Here we discuss the one fly type most suited to fly fishing with a spinning rod - streamers. These flies imitate baitfish in much the same way as a lure. Which streamers to use, when to fish them and how to fish them are all covered.
How to Fly Fish with a Spinning Rod Part 12 WATCH PART 12: WET FLIES Here I am defining wet flies as those flies designed to look like a drowned insect. While they may not be a necessary component of your fly box they are fun, effective and fit well in your fly box.
How to Fly Fish with a Spinning Rod Part 13 WATCH PART 13: TERRESTRIALS This is part 13 of the series How to Fly Fish with a Spinning Rod. Terrestrials are an important category of fly, especially ants, beetles and hoppers.
How to Fly Fish with a Spinning Rod Part 14 WATCH PART 14: PANFISH Here we discuss techniques for taking panfish, which flies to use and how to use them. Flies can have a significant advantage over lures for taking these types of fish.
How to Fly Fish with a Spinning Rod Part 15 WATCH PART 15: BASS Here we discuss fishing for smallmouth bass. In my experience smallmouth bass will take a fly over a lure 75% of the time, a very significant figure. Which flies to use and how to use them are discussed.
How to Fly Fish with a Spinning Rod How to Fly Fish with a Spinning Rod

Learn the greatest improvement in freshwater sport fishing methodology of all time from the person who developed it, Dan Coppersmith. This technique has been given high praise from anglers around the world. Catch more fish than ever before using methods that are simple, fun and effective.

For the first time ever, a comprehensive technique is presented whereby the angler uses a lure as both a casting weight and an attractor with one or two flies tied behind. While primarily developed as a method for catching trout, it can also be applied to warm water species such as bass and panfish.

Contents:

Part I. Introduction: a summary and overview of how to fly fish with a spinning rod.

Part II. Basics: Covers basic principles such as how to avoid tangles, line choice, casting methods, hookless lures, rod selection, fly storage and scent attractants.

Part III. Lures: Covers spinners, spoons, crankbaits and other lures for fly fishing. Includes close up photos of connection methods and in-depth discussion of angling techniques.

Part IV. Flies: Covers dry flies, nymphs, soft hackles, streamers, terrestrials and wet flies. This also indicates the best flies to use and how to use them when fishing with a lure.

Part V. Warm Water: Covers fly fishing with a spinning rod for warm water species such as panfish and bass.



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