You’ve been thinking about it, and finally decided that you’re ready to take a fly fishing trip. After hours of practice, and tying the perfect fly, you are ready to hunt some trophies. So what exactly do you need when planning your trip?
First, you have to figure out where you’re going. There are quite a few places in the United States that you can practice your angling skills. Some of the best are the Great Lakes area, and the northwest, Washington, Oregon, and Northern California Choose a place that is easy for you to access, but also won’t leave you completely broke when you have to pay the bill.
If you are looking for scenic adventure, try a Canada fishing trip. Most of the areas that hold trophy fish in Canada can only be accessed by trains, and airplanes. Many of the fishing lodges provide well versed guides and charters to help get you on the fish, which is usually included in the cost. One lodge will even give you the entire cabin to yourself, leaving you in the woods to go fishing as often as you want. If you want to talk about freedom, this is it!
Make sure to find a cabin that has all of your ameneties included into the cost. You are going to need to get back and forth from your fishing spots, as well as food to eat, and shelter to sleep in. Quite a few lodges offer restaraurants in their buildings, but you might want to track down a lodge that has a kitchen for you to cook the fish you are catching.
If you are really wanting to have fun, think about bringing a group. Make sure that the group you choose consists of mainly other anglers, though. These types of trips are regularly available. Friendships are strenghtened in the wilderness, slinging fishing lures.
Fly fishing isn’t the only thing you can do on these trips, though. Consider where your relatives live around. Would it be worth the trip, to do some fishing, and visit your family at the same time? Or, has there always been a destination you have wanted to visit, but never went? Consider booking your fly fishing trip at that location.
When it comes to picking the right spot, your options for beautiful destinations are truly endless. Pick your spot, and stick to it, then look forward to the trip. The experiences you have will change the way you view life. Not to mention the chance at catching the fish of a lifetime. Then it’s time to start planning your next trip!!
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