Thursday, January 12, 2006

Atlantic Sail on the Fly in Florida gives us insight on fly fishing for Atlantic Sailfish. Catching an Atlantic Sailfish on the fly is considered much harder than hooking its left coast cousin:

"Atlantic sails are smaller, but infinitely smarter. They can be teased up with a hookless bait, but usually only stay on the scene long enough to make one pass at the fly. In other words, everything has to go perfectly. Pacifics, on the other hand, will sit behind the boat and chew on a rubber squid forever."

1 comment:

The "Duke" said...

Great Article on Fly Fishing! That's gotta be quite the fight on fly tackle! Thanks for sharing that with us. Check out my fly fishing blog if you'd like.