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OUTDOORS On the Fly While sport fishing, landing your catch as fast as possible is obviously important. But to do so on a consistent basis requires a bit of skill, some practice in the field, and a general understanding of when (and where) to apply pressure with your rod. Once this important skill is mastered, however, game fish of remarkable size and strength such as salmon or even tarpon and blue fin tuna can all be handled and tamed with appropriately matched commercially available fly rods.

Catch and release: Fishing today with a vision on tomorrow

Always use wet hands when you must tail or handle your catch and carefully position the fish
Photo By Rich Culver
Always use wet hands when you must tail or handle your catch and carefully position the fish "head first" directly into the flow of the river or creek to ventilate its gills before you release your prize.
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