Taking this kind of article, I am fully aware that I am exposing myself to the fire of criticism from all sides, especially from experienced fly-fishing. But I hope that my recommendations stimulate to a certain extent and they have a desire to share their experience with newcomers.
Unfortunately, fly fishing articles published occasionally in fishing periodicals have the same flaw – they are written mainly for those who have already mastered this difficult method of fishing. Ases, apparently, firstly, they completely forgot about the difficulties that they encountered at first; secondly, for some reason they bypass the silence of fly fishing in bodies of water in central Russia. All published materials, as a rule, are devoted to fishing for trout, trout, grayling or salmon in Kola, Siberia or Karelia – fishing, as my microscopic experience shows, is much simpler than catching a chub, ide or dace on some Ugra near Moscow or Nerl. Continue reading