S4:E2 Nymph Fishing Tips from Our Listeners

Nymph fishing tips from us are one thing. Nymph fishing tips from the true experts – you, our listeners – are quite another. The best part of publishing our podcast is all the wisdom from our listeners who post comments on this site or on Facebook. In this episode, we identify a handful or so comments on nymph fishing from our listeners, and discuss how we’ve implemented them (or promise to implement them!).

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Great Stuff from Our Listeners. At the end of each episode, we often include a feature called “Great Stuff from Our Listeners.” It’s the last segment of each episode, where Steve reads one of the comments from our listeners or readers. We enjoy hearing from you, and appreciate your advice, wisdom, and fly fishing experiences.

What nymph fishing tips would you recommend? We’d love to hear from you. We’ll create another episode on this topic in the near future.


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One Reply to “S4:E2 Nymph Fishing Tips from Our Listeners”

  1. One tip I would recommend is high sticking. I was lucky enough on my vacation in the Black Hills to do a half day guided trip on Spearfish Creek Canyon and I was so concerned with my mending that I was neglecting keeping my rod tip high. My guide reminded me of this technique and on the faster moving streams of the black hills it really slowed my drifts down and gave the fish more time to see my fly and to allow my fly to get to the bottom.

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