New Video! Master-Class Monday: Accuracy with Dropper Nymphs

When engaged with a good brown trout in small streams and clear, calm conditions, your heart generally either stops or starts racing. I don’t think that ever really goes away, but you simply identify that it’s happening and you temper yourself, your emotions, and reach deep for a little poise and keep your posture in so much as your thoughts are “where?” and “how?” The biggest point is that you have to put the fly where the fish will come to feed, where you won’t spook it, where you will get a solid hook set, and get it to come out from cover to help the odds of landing it. Simple, eh? 🙂 Accuracy is important.

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