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Old 03-27-2013, 06:57 AM
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Default Re: Nymph fishing without indicators

I only used indicators during one summer, and only because I was curious. They're annoying to me, and I just watch my line/leader for any pauses to indicate a strike. Some strikes on a nymph are quite vicious, so no bobbers are needed there. Others can be much more subtle, but I still catch fish without looking tacky. Streams are easier than lake IMO, as there's no current to drift a line there. You should still be able to see the take by watching the line, or work your nymph for better coverage and strike detection.
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