Video Tip: How to Swing Wet Flies and Nymphs

By August 27, 2017No Comments

Orvis Complete Trout School at Falcon's Ledge Although not as sure-fire a way to catch trout as fishing under a bobber with weight, swinging wet flies and nymphs is an elegant way to fish them. It’s sometimes surprisingly effective when swimming mayfly or caddisfly pupae are active. It’s also possible that fish sometime mistake swinging wet flies for tiny dace and sculpin fry. Regardless, the electric thrill of a fish taking a fly on a tight line is always welcome, whether it’s an 8-inch trout or a steelhead. Written By: Phil Monahan See All Orvis Learning Center Fly Fishing Video Lessons]]>