You will be doing a lot of walking, so make sure your shoes are comfortable and provide good support. Waders are not necessary in the fall, but if you choose to wear them, make sure they fit well. A hat will protect your head and face from the sun and from the cold. Follow these suggestions and you will be sure to have a comfortable and successful day of fly fishing in the fall.
Some of the best fly fishing is possible in icy mountain streams. For the summer months, waders that are lighter in weight may be a good choice. Wader boots are waterproof boots that have the same wader materials extended up the sides. It is critical to be aware of your local climate and forecast.
Is Fly Fishing Good In The Fall?
If you are a stream fisherman who often hikes, a good quality hiking boot will be required. When you are heading to the fly stream in the morning or peeling your waders off in the evening, your feet need somewhere to go. The middle layer is perfect for early fall and late spring weather, but be sure to add leg layers to keep you warm and protected. What women Anglers wear for fly-fishing is kind of standard to what their male counterparts wear – with a few exceptions such as different styles, cuts, and sizes. On South Andros you should wear real wading boots with a closed toe. Thin neoprene wading socks are fantastic on the flats, even though that’s not what they’re made for.
It can suck the life out of you in the form of dehydration or sneak up on you in the form of a nasty sunburn even in the cooler months. If you fish regularly, you need to be cognizant of the sun and the long-term effects it will have on your body. Visits to the dermatologist are all too familiar for fishing guides. A good pair of waders can mean the difference between an enjoyable day on the water and a leaking, soggy nightmare.
More than just a raincoat and waders.
It’s important that when choosing your flats outfit that you take into consideration the color of your clothing. The flashy shirts with bright colors may look good in the photos, but to the wary bonefish or permit that’s a beacon indicating a potential predator. Fish on the flats are continuously hunted by barracudas and sharks. Many times, bonefish, permit, and tarpon will follow a stripped fly all the way up to the boat! A brightly colored angler standing on the bow is just the sight they need to see to high tail it out of there. Leave the red shirt at home in exchange for a more neutral colored shirt.
This should go without saying, but never leave home without your hat. A good cap that keeps the sun off your face is invaluable. Make sure to grab your hat touting your favorite baseball team or fishing brand. Your forehead will be thanking you when the end of the week comes around and you’re not entirely sunburnt. But studies have shown that you’ll pay more for a neck gaiter in your local fly shop than at an outlet store. I’m not as picky about brand or quality as I am about a long-sleeved shirt.
Make sure you have everything you need to survive the cold weather so you don’t become ill or contract frostbite. To be successful in fly fishing in Colorado, you must first be well-versed in fly fishing attire. Make sure the material you choose is durable and not easy to tear, as safety is one of the most important aspects of any hobby. If you’re going fly fishing on a hot day, you might want to layer your waders.
Bonny Fryer has always been interested in animals, even since she was born. This interest led her to get a degree in Veterinary Medicine and start working as a veterinarian when she was only 22 years old. She is now 44 years old and still works as a veterinarian. She loves her job and finds it very fulfilling to help animals stay healthy and happy.