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    Default NYMPHING NOTES - EOTG - February 28, 2011

    NYMPHING NOTES FOR THE SPRING CREEKS

    The angler that wishes to fish the spring creeks with a reasonable margin of success must consider the use of nymphs. Now hold on, I know that there are those of you who just won't use nymphs for any reason. That's OK!! To each his own.
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    An excellent article, I realy enjoyed it.
    It made fishing with an indicator simple and straight forward.
    Donald Nicolson (Scotland)

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    Very good article. The first fly fishing I learned was with nymphs and I'm glad because deep is where the fish get 80% of their food. I fish dry flies when the situation calls for them and I enjoy that, too. But, I figure, why limit yourself. I'm there to catch fish. My only suggestiion is that I would learn to fish nymphs without indicators. I have nothing against them. It's just that it's one less thing you have to put on your leader. For years I used an orange sleeve indicator and it worked just fine. I see guys using those big bobber type indicators and I'm always wondering if they're missing the more subtle takes. Again, good article,
    Bruce

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    Good article, I really enjoyed it.

    thanks,
    hNt
    The mountains are calling, and I must go.

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