Does anyone have any information about salt water fly fishing in Tenerife?
You can just love fishing, get involved with sporting interests or become a professional.
In any case, the number of fishing tackles is constantly increasing, and the question arises as to their classification, storage, transportation, and reordering.
One of the basic things for organizing baits, tools, and other small things is a good and practical fishing case.
A fishing suitcase is a cross between a fishing box, a bait box, and a fishing bag. Personally, I just started fishing recently. I chose fishing suitcases. I chose Kentop. It seems like a good thing. You can look here:
As for me, a good choice. So far satisfied with the result
This is an interesting question. To be honest, I don’t really into fly fishing. I prefer reeling fish. Even bought a new sea fishing reel not so long ago. It’s perfect! Very comfortable and reliable at the same time. I found this stuff while searching for information on seafishinghowto.com. There is a whole review about it. Maybe reel fishing will be good for you too? I highly recommend it, because it’s very easy. Last time I was fishing with it I had a full bucket of fish after.
This may be a long shot but does anybody out there have any info regarding salt water fly fishing in Tenerife ie best places, any clubs etc, hope somebody can help. –> Reply With Quote Top –> 15th March 2007 17:56 #2 Sunterra View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Feb 2006 Gender: Location Arona Posts 34 There is a good fishing group based at Puerto Colon. If you *PM* me I will send you their website address to have a look at and see if this assists you.