Euro nymphing has become one of the fastest-growing forms of fly fishing, with thousands of anglers participating worldwide. However, it still doesn't have the same number of participants as traditional fly fishing. In this weeks article we will discuss the key differences between traditional nymphing and Euro Nymphing.
Flies come in all shapes, sizes, and colors; some cause vibrations while others stand out more. Knowing which type of flies to use when fishing different waters is essential. As a general rule, nymphs, streamers, dry flies, and emergers will be the most successful types of fly patterns to catch trout.
Wet fly fishing is also referred to as subsurface fishing because it involves using sinking lines. When fishing with wet flies, anglers attach a weighted fly to their line, which sinks into the feeding zone of the river or stream.
Check out this article to learn more about Wet Fly Fly Fishing