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Classic Video Tuesday Tip: Learning by Watching Trout Rises


Written by: Phil Monahan

Most of us are in prime dry-fly season now, so enjoy it while you can (or after runoff ends, depending on where you are). You can learn a lot about how to present your fly by watching rises for a few minutes before jumping right in with. . .

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Video Tuesday Tip: Learning by Watching Trout Rises


Written by: Tom Rosenbauer

Most of us are in prime dry-fly season now, so enjoy it while you can (or after runoff ends, depending on where you are). You can learn a lot about how to present your fly by watching rises for a few minutes before jumping right in with. . .

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Tuesday Tip #2: Long- vs Short-Line Nymphing


Written by: Phil Monahan


See All Orvis Learning Center Fly Fishing Video Lessons

We all wish we could fish dry flies or strip streamers this time of year, but the reality is that, day in and day out, nymph fishing is the most reliable way to catch trout. How you choose to nymph depends on the type of water you’re fishing. Here’s a quick explanation of the differences between nymphing up close with a short line, and casting with an indicator on bigger water.

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