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101 Fly Fishing Tips for Beginners

101 Fly Fishing Tips for Beginners: Tip #39: Fishing Etiquette – The Right of Way and Tip #40: Fishing Etiquette – Taking out your Line

101 Fly Fishing Tips for Beginners: Tip #39: Fishing Etiquette – The Right of Way and Tip #40: Fishing Etiquette – Taking out your Line When it comes to fishing etiquette, the right of way is something that you’ll need to learn.

The rule of thumb is that the angler who is already in the water is given the right of way. The rule also applies if you’re walking along the bank or floating.

If you need to move locations, try to move up-river whenever possible. You never want to intrude on another fly fisher without asking first.

If you do get permission to enter the same waters, make sure that you do so up-river and allow the other angler lots of space.

Tip #40: Fishing Etiquette – Taking out your Line

Common courtesy dictates that you take your line out of the water for any angler who has a fish on the line. This is so that they have plenty of space in order to land their fish.

This rule is especially important if you’re fishing down- river from the other angler.

Make sure that you never step into the space of an angler who is releasing or landing a fish on the bank.

Regards, Coyalita

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