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Posted by jeffg on July 27, 1998 at 09:55:31:
In Reply to: Ideas posted by Flyguy on July 26, 1998 at 08:33:36:
Suggestion: Since in this state we do not have tons of hatches...
how bout nymphing instructions. I pretty much nymph all the time. I would
personally like to see others techniques, or I would have no problem teaching
new people the art of line mending etc.....
Also, a little stream entemology. Hey can never hurt to know what insects are what,
and how this relates to how/where/what you fish. Beginners at fist might find this a little
boring. But this is the underlying key to catching trout on a fly.
So if you are considering getting a speaker, get a person to talk about
the insects in the waters here in GA, how to identify what is what, and what is
a good imitation.,.....
Plus for beginners, someone should so them or teach them, that blue winged olives are best imitated
by blue winged olive dries, adams dries, pheasent tail nymphs...and then caddis with elk hairs, then
hares ears etc....so that newer people will know what flies imitate what insects etc..
that can go a long way for success knowing both the dry and the nymph for certain bugs.
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