The pros at Orvis will teach you how to cast those big bass and trout flies to ensure a summer of tight lines.
Now that almost all the freshwater fish openers have arrived take a minute to learn how to cast those big bass and trout flies with some small adjustments to your methods.
There you have it, some simple tips like adding a bit of an arch to your standard cast or letting the stream current do the work for you. With bass season open and the big brown trout cruising their watery haunts this summer is the perfect time to tie on those big bright flies like a clouser minnow, Mickey Finn or a more subdued woolly bugger.
These flies capitalize on the aggressive feeding of fish, are a blast to use, and quick to tie up on a bench or purchase from your local fly shop.
This summer don’t be shy, try using some bigger flies and enjoy the action on the lakes and rivers in your area.
For a quality fly fishing gear and a large collection of flies for bass and trout have a look at Orvis.