Fly Fishing Lessons/Classes
They supply some basic (but not bottom of the barrel) rods and reels for the course and man, were my eyes opened using the ~$200 rods vs the junk that I started with. The newer, better rods and lines make casting a ton easier.
That was the 101 course. A 202 course gets you out on the pond side water for some practice actually catching some fish. That is coming up yet.
As far as casting goes I am getting a bit better. I can control the line longer however I still am not getting the fly to drop or any distance. My leader and tippet usually hit prior to the fly.
I am using wolly buggers currently should I try another lighter type of fly till I get the hang of casting?
I am currently looking to target bass trout and gills. Once I get the hang of it I want to fishing for lakers and salmon with some carp mixed in.
Thanks in advance