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Old 11-29-2011, 08:26 PM
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Default Re: Weight Placement for Nymphing

You could also try the "bounce rig" which places the weight at the very bottom of a two fly nymphing rig. It's a very popular and effective set up used a lot on our Provo River. Vary the amount of shot depending on speed and depth of the water your fishing.

I don't indicator fish very often, but when I do....
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