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Old 03-25-2011, 11:56 AM
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Default Re: straight leaders for nymphing?

Never heard that one, a level leader is good when you are fishing streamers and looking for big fish with heavy flies but for a little nymph being fished in traditional style............Tapered

Could be the information was regarding fishing the nymph beneath a bobber / indicator, I can not see where a tapered leader would have any advantage when used this way.

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