Hey folks … welcome back to another video on FlyFishingWithJeff.com. This video has some good kick fin and float tube tips. I’ll be sharing some advice on kick fins … which are the best to use and why, as well as some tips for you to be able to better navigate the lakes and ponds near you while in your float tube.
Along the way I manage to catch several nice bass and bluegill on my 2 wt fly rod and do so in a truly lovely setting located in northwestern Wisconsin.
For sure a float tube allows you to get to these pristine, smaller waters without having to carry in a canoe or kayak and once on the water, wow … how functional you can be with a fly rod!
Remember that if you have any fly fishing questions you can ask me in the comment section below or by emailing me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will do my best to get back to you quickly and with the best answer I can give. Spring has sprung …. let’s get out there and get going!
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