Float Tube Fishing Tips

Tips specifically related to fishing from a float tube.

Video – Creek Company ODC 420 and ODC 420L Float Tube Comparison

If you have read much of my material at all you know that I am a float tube fanatic (FTF) and have been for a few years. Nothing will allow you more freedom to go about anywhere you want…while on the water, as well as the freedom to take the highly portable craft along with […]

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Video – Getting Into A Float Tube

What follows is a video….a simple one of me getting in my float tube. For those new to the tube or the sport there is some confusion on how to best enter the water and this video will give you my style. As you watch you will note I put my fins on after entering […]

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Stringer Readiness – Float Tube Fishing Tip

If you are using your float tube, often you will find times when you need a stringer and one simple remedy is to buy a low priced, metal stringer and attach it to your “D” ring on the right, rear side of the float tube. Next, fold the stringer up and place it in the […]

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Creating Lag With Your Float Tube

If you are a stream, or moving water fly-fisher then I know you understand lag in your line and that lag is created by the flowing or moving water. The same can, and in the right situation, should be created while fishing in your float tube. First… How … You need to put the bank […]

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How To Troll Small Ponds And Lakes With A Float Tube

Here’s a tip on how to use your float tube to troll while fly fishing small ponds and lakes. This method is best if used with a sinking line or sink tip line. Make a long cast, allow the line to sink and then start kicking backwards and just like you were driving a boat, […]

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