Originally Posted by nvr2L8
...The ones that I saw came up from the bottom for a straight-up strike but seemingly in slow motion......
I had similar experiences while fishing for brookies last weekend. I started with a big, bouyant dry with a heavy beadhead pheasant tail beneath it. I figured I would catch all my fish on the nymph, but after having to untangle the dropper from the first 4 fish I caught, which all took the dry, I cut the dropper off. All strikes were slow and deliberat (sp) with the fish coming straight up from the bottom.
Thanks for making the report.