Sunday Classic / Czech Nymphing: Dell Neighbours Talks Tactics & Rigging with G&G

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For a while now, we've been getting requests from G&G readers about writing a Czech nymphing post. It's a subject we've wanted to tackle on the blog for a while now, but neither Louis or I specialize in Czech nymphing. Furthermore, we're not the...

Making the Bobber Better

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IF YOU'RE GOING TO FISH A BOBBER, YOU SHOULD MAKE YOUR BOBBER BETTER. I've written a little lately about my growing discontent towards bobber fishing. I'm going to say again, on the record, that there is a time and a place for a big gaudy bobber...

Be Stealthy Like A Czech Nympher

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I'm not afraid to admit I'm not a big fan of Czech nymphing. I'm not an aficionado of the popular three-fly nymph rig either. It's not the right rig for fly anglers that lack discipline or are daydreaming fly casters. Furthermore, a freshly tied rig can...

Rod Review: Echo Shadow II

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When it comes to fly rods, having a quality, versatile 10-footer in my quiver has been essential to my fishing tactics. For a few years I was actively involved in competitive fly fishing and participated in events that were sanctioned by Trout Legend and followed the...

Nymphing in the Discotheque

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by David Grossman I am not now nor have I ever been European. Like a lot of my red-blooded American friends, I nymph a lot of ways, but always with an indicator. Always. There’s something comforting about having a colorful (and in my case cylindrical) point of...

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