As your fly fishing progresses, you will be more in tune with scouting out trout and will be able to find ones that you are sight fishing. Tailwaters are fantastic areas for these as the water is typically clear throughout the year, and some of the more massive beasts are easily sighted from a distance. When nymph-fishing tailwaters,
I will typically change up my nymphing rig to be more stealthy. This includes a much longer leader and multiple nymph setups. We also regularly change weights to accommodate the flow of the water and the depth. In this video, we will show you different nymphing techniques to help you catch more trout.
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