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Flies to the Sea

Flies to the Sea

The fly fishing has been showing a little more of his magic and power. All forays into the sea were successful, with many actions throughout the course of the fishing season, since 2009. I dare say that, in the same way that I consider to be the vertical jigging unbeatable locations more than 25 metres deep, the fly fishing is the sport more efficient and productive in fishing shallow, up to 15 meters. Check out below the tips of the three practitioners of this modality.

Flies to the Sea

Who: Caio Junqueira
uses: rod #9, nine feet and quick action; lines floating, intermediate or sinking (300 to 500 grains of density), depending on the situation; a leader of 3’ (91, 4 cm), plus 40 cm of tippet fluorocarbon 40 lb for rows, sinking, and from 7 to 9’ (60% of line 0.70 mm, 20% of row 0.50 mm (20% of line 0.40 mm), the longer the tippet; reel #8 to #10, with a capacity of 150 yards of backing 30 lb; bait clouser’s convoy minnows, deceivers, crystal critter, Bob’s bangers, crease fly, pencil poppers and imitation squid.
Considerations: “Fly fishing in the coastal attracts by visual, variety, and strength of the fish. There are always great surprises.”

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