101 Fly Fishing Tips for Beginners: Tip #41: Fishing Etiquette – Silence
101 Fly Fishing Tips for Beginners: Tip #41: Fishing Etiquette – Silence Whenever you’re fly fishing you’ll need to be as quiet as you can…and this means leaving your dog and the radio at home.
There are two reasons why you want to be as quiet as possible: (1) you don’t want to spook the fish, and (2) you don’t want to disturb other fly fishers. Many people enjoy fly fishing for the peace and solitude that it affords them.
Tip #42: Fishing Etiquette – Lend a Helping Hand
Always be willing to help out other anglers. This can be as simple as helping them retrieve something that has floated down-river or lending them something that they need, such as extra line.
You’re all there for a fun day of fly fishing so helping each other out just lends to the experience.
Tip #43: Wading with Safety
When you’re wading make sure that you follow a few basic rules:
(1) never fish by yourself on remote lakes, rivers, or streams,
(2) wear a good pair of wading boots,
(3) use a good wading staff that is flexible yet strong, and
(4) know the area where you’re wading. Wading is a great way to get access to those places that you couldn’t otherwise reach.
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