The majority of fly fishermen begin nymph fishing using traditional tight-line methods with split shot and no indicator and most early attempts at nymphing are done with rigs of similar modified design. These styles of nymphing are effective on smaller streams. However, many anglers find out when venturing onto larger riversand tailwaters with little gradient, where presenting flies at a distance is necessary to catch trout, that no single nymphing technique fits every situation. On these streams, indicator style nymphing enables anglers to present small flies to heavily pressured fish with precision. Rigging, casting, mending, fly and weight selection as well as several scenarios where indicator nymphing is the method of choice are all covered in the DVD. The casting and ending segments were filmed in slow motion with voice overs to enable viewers to easily learn the techniques.
Durations: 3 h 35 min
Video: 16:9 NTSC