NYMPHING : A BASIC GUIDE TO IDENTIFYING, TYING, & FISHING ARTIFICIAL NYMPHS
Author: Gary A. Borger
Publisher: STACKPOLE BOOKS, Dec 2003
Knowing how to identify nymphs, tie successful imitations & fish them correctly are essential fly fishing skills. Borger covers both traditional & new theories about fishing the underwater fly new casts, finding lies, detecting the strike, fishing depth, tackle, proper presentation & much more. 185 illus by Robert H. Pils; 6x9 inches, 192 pgs.
* Identify nymphs, tie imitations, and fish them successfully
* Casting, finding lies, detecting the strike, fishing depth, tackle, proper presentation
* Insights into the retrieve, nymphing the film, & finding fish in still water
Basic nymph fishing approach and presentation teams with trout physiology--what the trout sees and hears. A pictorial key to identifying nymphs is based on reliable, nonscientific characteristics that the beginner can use on stream. Presenting the fly correctly and detecting the strike are particularly elusive skills, and even the veteran fly fisher will find something useful.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Gary Borger has been a fly-fishing teacher and lecturer since 1972. His other books are Naturals (0-8117-2120-5), The Borger Color System, Designing Trout Flies (0-9628392-1-3), and Presentation (0-9628392-5-6).