Originally Posted by David Knapp
I believe that we will see more people fishing tiny nymphs and midges in the Park as we constantly try to find that new method that will outfish others.
I agree. It may not be the "preferred" method and some may raise an eyebrow but you are covering almost 90% of what a trout feeds on and where it is looking for food by fishing subsurface flies. And yes, it is still flyfishing...
If you want to catch more trout, learn about and match the underwater stages and you will be consistently successful. Then you can also throw dries for fun during some crazy hatch or just for a change of pace... that way you are prepared to catch twice as many fish and that aint a bad thing...
Great article! thanks for posting,