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Tarpon on fly has to be in my opinion the most exciting way to catch a tarpon. People spend thousands of dollars each year to chase these fish with a fly rod. You can spend countless hours on a skiff and not have a shot on a fish, but as soon as you see a tarpon eat your fly you will be hooked for life. I love sight fishing in general, but when it comes to sight fishing tarpon there is something about it that makes me want to be on the water every day. It is one of the most challenging ways to catch a tarpon, but by far the most rewarding.

There’s something to be said about seeing a “train” of fish swimming down the edge of a flat in crystal clear water. Or seeing an 80lb+ fish laid up in the backcountry and you have to make the perfect cast and feed that fish to get the bite. You can also encounter over 100 fish in a bay rolling on a slick calm morning. These are some different situations that we may have on our day of fishing. To be able to throw a fly rod at these fish makes it that much more fun.

That’s why it is extremely important to practice your casting while not on the water. These fish have become extremely “aware” and are becoming harder to feed with a fly, so it is beneficial for you to fine tune your casting skills before stepping on to the skiff for that day of fishing.


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