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Old 04-04-2011, 07:32 AM
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Default Re: Beginner nymphing?

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Originally Posted by j43jacko View Post
What way would be the easiest for me to learn how to nymph? Using an indicator or just putting on a split shot and casting upstream and detecting the strike by feel?
Jacko, The advice you got from Larry and Al was great advice; you tube and other sources are also your friend. Check at your local library and see what kind if fly fishing videos they have available. My advice is to learn both types; different conditions call for different tactics. If you're nymphing a stretch of water with a lot of snags don't hesitate to change the way you have your indicator rigged; you can rig up so your fly or flies are running just above bottom. Don't be afraid to try different rigging techniques.

Dan
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