What Do I Need for Fly Fishing Osrs?

Fly fishing is one of the most enjoyable and rewarding activities for anglers of all levels. It can be a great way to get outside and enjoy nature, relax, and even catch some dinner!

Fly fishing in OSRS has been around for years, but it can be an intimidating activity to those just getting started. To help you get started on your fly fishing adventures in OSRS, here is a list of what you need to get started:

1. Fishing Rod

The first thing you will need is a fishing rod suitable for fly fishing.

You’ll want to find one that is lightweight and comfortable to use. You will also want to make sure it has the right reel size- most fly rods come with a size 4/5 or 8/9 reel. Make sure the rod has enough backbone to handle larger fish if you plan on taking it into bigger waters.

2. Fly Line

You’ll need a good quality fly line in order to cast accurately and efficiently.

Fly lines come in different weights, depending on the type of fish you are Targeting and the size of the water you are fishing in. A good all-around line weight is 5-7 weight.

3. Leaders & Tippets

Leaders and tippets are important components of your set up as they help control your presentation when casting your flies. Leaders should be strong enough to handle larger fish but still have enough flexibility so that your flies sink properly at the end of your cast.

4. Flies

You’ll need some flies for your fly box too!

Most shops will have a wide variety of patterns available depending on what type of fish you are Targeting- from dry flies, nymphs, streamers, terrestrials and more! Make sure you have plenty of each type so that you always have something that matches what the fish are biting.

5. Waders & Accessories

If you plan on wading into deeper waters then some waders might be necessary as well as other accessories such as nets and weigh scales. Waders provide extra protection from cold water temperatures while keeping you dry while out on the river or lake.


Fly fishing Osrs can be an enjoyable activity for both novice and experienced anglers alike. To get started all anglers need is a good quality rod and reel, fly line, leaders & tippets, flies, and waders & accessories if they plan on venturing into deeper waters or going after larger fish species.

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Daniel Bennet