Grayling fishing season
The fly fishing season is upon us (well, it is for grayling fishing anyway). So there’s no time like the present to brush up on everything you need to know when it comes to fishing for grayling and catching this ‘Lady of the Stream.’ grayling fishing really is the perfect way to extend your fly fishing beyond the trout season, as the grayling spawning season begins and ends in spring while the trout’s season begins in late autumn and ends early winter.
Have you tried grayling fishing before and not had much success? Not tried fishing for grayling and been thinking of trying it out on your next fishing trip? Well, you’ve come to the right place as the below infographic, designed by the guys over at Barbless-flies.co.uk, outlines all you need to know about grayling – when to fish, where to fish, which fly to use, as well as your leader setup. You’ll be hooked on grayling in no time at all!
Grayling fish are very beautiful (you’ll be mesmerised by their shimmering Dorsal fin), however they are also very clever fish. So before setting out on your next fishing adventure (and in the search for grayling) you’ll need to do your research first. The below infographic is a fantastic visual checklist of what you might need, as well as some top tips. In a handy season-by-season layout, the infographic will provide you some key pointers for you to use on your next trip!