POCKET GUIDE TO NYMPH FISHINGby: Ron Cordes & Gary Lafontaine
Presents the four types of mayflies (Clingers, Burrowers, Crawlers, and Swimmers addressing for each their primary characteristics, their habitat, key Genus, imitations, and Critical Angling Considerations. The same is presented for stoneflies and caddisfly larva. How nymphs make themselves “available” as food sources, where the trout lie, nymphing signs, key strategies and techniques/presentations are presented. Included in techniques are Right-Angle Nymphing with an Indicator, the Skues Method, the Brooks Method, the Leisenring Lift (Induced Take), the Slinky Method and the Tuck Cast Presentation among others. Key patterns are also presented. Waterproof. B/w drawings; 3×4 inches, 28 pgs.
This Guide is one in the Fly-Fishing Pocket Guide Series of 11 total fly-fishing titles.
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Publisher: Pocket Guides Publishing
Publish Date: 01-14-1999