Fly On Still Water
As an instructor at Orlando Fishing and Charters, Christ Myers has plenty of experience teaching fly fishing to both novice and more experienced fishers. Here, he demonstrates a slightly more advanced technique: making the fly move in the water so that it looks more enticing to fish. In still water or water with very little movement, moving the fly is essential for capturing the attention of fish and enticing them to bite. Myers recommends adjusting your movement to work with the type of fly and gear you are using. He provides a valuable tutorial that teaches you how to mimic the movements of common prey animals, such as aquatic insects and small crabs that fish love.