Back in August, we posted an easy-to-follow tutorial, from Jeremy Charchenko of Streem Outdoors in Utah, on how to fish two nymphs at once. Here’s a follow-up lesson on how to mend your line on the water to ensure that you get a good dead drift. The process of mending allows you to counteract the effects of the current on your line, which can cause your flies to drag unnaturally.
Charchenko demonstrates how to cast the nymph rig, adjust the line, and then feed line into the drift. So watch how he works through a run and even catches a couple fish.