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Nymph Fishing with A Sighter | Guide Tips

Nymph Fishing with A Sighter | Guide Tips

i often use a indicatorless method of nymphing  reason being is it offers a lot more sensitivity   you’re able to stay in contact with your  flies a lot longer and the indicator   tippet that i do use is very sensitive  so slightest bump in motion for my fly   will signal that something may be on the  other end the way it works i have my nymph   i have my terminal tippet my 567x a two-tone  indicator piece of tippet followed by my main   leader which is going to help turn my flies  over at a longer distance and maintain a very   light amount of weight outside of my raw tip so  i can high stick and not have a lot of line sag   so with our sighted material this technique  what we’re going to do is cast out into water   it’s fairly close to us and work our way out to  deeper water what we want to do is maintain visual   contact with that cider material that bi-color  cider material it will give us indication that   if there’s a fish taking the fly also gives us  a great idea of what depth we’re fishing too   now ideally when we do nymph we don’t want to see  or fly hanging at the bottom too often we want to   see that line tick bottom ever so slightly once  in a while if you’re dredging the bottom you can   actually very often fish below the fish in their  sight line but also lose a lot of flies too that   gets pretty expensive after a while as we cast out  we’re gonna cast at a short distance and watch it   flow through the water keeping a high rod tip in  good control or make sure as with anything else   we have no drag on it on the line or offering a  great dead drift so as we look forward to monitor   this line we’re looking for the fly not to hang  up too often on the bottom now we need to monitor   those current speeds around our indicator and our  fly line to make sure we’re not putting opposing   forces on our fly the waterfly to travel downriver  naturally subtly as any insect would or wormwood   or anything that’s floating in the water naturally  and we’re really watching the indicator if it   does move at all we’re going to go for a little  exploratory set a little pullback to see what   may be there you don’t need to go for a full bass  master right behind this type set oh there we go that’s real life fishing right here you


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