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Catching Fish in Highly Pressured Fisheries

Nov 04, 2020

Becoming more effective on busy waterbodies. 

Without a doubt, angling pressure is one of the most important factors that comes into play when considering how difficult (or easy) a given fishery will be. The number of times a fish gets caught and released will very quickly affect its willingness to bite. Fish can become hook-shy, leader-shy, and downright weary of their surroundings. 

Does this mean that we cannot catch fish in highly pressured fisheries? Absolutely not. 

Today's episode of the Fly Fish University Podcast covers a multitude of things to consider on pressured waters. From the diameter of your tippet to the way you physically approach a piece of water, understanding these strategies will undoubtedly increase your consistency when fishing to weary fish. 


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