Sunday, March 23, 2008

Trout Fishing tip

When the stone fly touches bottom, it makes the little nymph wiggle, like it’s struggling to get to the surface,. “It looks so good I’d eat it myself, but don’t hurry your casts or you’ll really regret this rig.” To cast a nymph effectively, take your time and casting slowly. That will produce the wide loops necessary to prevent tangling.
 “The moment it touches the water, nothing else in the world matters but that strike indicator, “If you look away for even a moment, that’s when the trout will hit. If the indicator stalls or jiggles, you have to assume it’s a fish and set the hook immediately.” Fly Fishing Books

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