Re: Nymphs and Streamers


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Posted by Greg on May 01, 1997 at 21:04:50:

In Reply to: Nymphs and Streamers posted by Winston on April 30, 1997 at 15:37:56:

Welcome to N Ga flyfishing Winston! I started
fishing on S Ga ponds on my grandfather's farm near Norman Park but my passion now is flyfishing for trout.

For a good nymph book, get Dave Hughes' Nymph Fishing. Also, use bead heads and skip the bobbers, uh.. strike indicators. Keep a tight line! For flys, use GRHEs, P Tails, and March Browns. Dead Drifts!

: I have been flyfishing farm ponds in S. GA. for bass and brim for over fifteen years, I have now begun to take my fly rod to the trout streams of N. GA. Does anyone have any suggestions or advice on how to effectively 'fish' nymphs and/or streamers in the swift moving trout streams ? It seems after reviewing the message board that alot of you are having succes with woolly boogers, hare ear etc. Help ! Thanks.




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