View Single Post
  #9 (permalink)  
Old 07-10-2009, 09:39 AM
Kerry Pitt's Avatar
Kerry Pitt Kerry Pitt is offline
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Beaumont, Alberta
Posts: 722
Blog Entries: 10
Kerry Pitt has much to be proud ofKerry Pitt has much to be proud ofKerry Pitt has much to be proud ofKerry Pitt has much to be proud ofKerry Pitt has much to be proud ofKerry Pitt has much to be proud ofKerry Pitt has much to be proud ofKerry Pitt has much to be proud ofKerry Pitt has much to be proud ofKerry Pitt has much to be proud of
Re: a couple basic nymphs for trout.

Tying nymphs in a couple of different weights is a good idea. Learning to cast a heavier nymph is not a long learning curve, you sort of lob rather than cast because the nymph, being heavier does offer more resistance to change in direction when you are casting.

YouTube - The Nymph Cast

This is not exactly what I mean but it is a good technique to use when czech nymphing or when using any heavy nymph. Typically a short line and a "lob" rather than a traditional cast. There may be better video clips out there if you have a look around.
Reply With Quote