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Never Stop Learning…

Published: 7th January 2019 | Author: Fulling Mill

When it comes to Euro Nymphing, the term is loosely used to describe many styles of nymphing from French, Spanish, Czech and Polish… And although the latter styles of nymphing seem to have taken a back seat in recent years, they still work as well as ever and produce a decent amount of fish.

French Nymphing is by far the most popular style of nymphing at the moment, especially among Europeans, and increasingly so in the U.S. French Nymphing allows you to fish one, two or even three flies with very little drag at distances up to 30 feet. Although the concept of French Nymphing has stayed the same since it’s introduction into the fly fishing world some 15-20 years ago, leader construction, indicator materials, and tackle are constantly being developed. We came across this great article written by Jeff Perin on the Fly Fishers Place website that’s definitely worth a read if you’re a budding nympher…

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