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Old 03-27-2013, 11:12 AM
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Default Re: Nymph fishing without indicators

I never use indicators...for several reasons...first I mainly fish on sight,then I can't stand casting with and indicator.If you practise a lot you will see the fish taking your nymph or at least a flash or a "weird" behaviour of your leader,sometimes a "knock" in your rod tip.Anyway I think the best way to help you is to have a fluo section(3rd or 4th one) on your knotted leader as dpreller saidnot easy for me to explain...would be easier if you were on the water with me
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