Tippets: The Double Haul, Flashing Permit, Fishing Midge Pupae, Nymphing 101
- The second part of a series of videos by Louis Cahill of Gink and Gasoline and Capt. Joel Dickey covers the double haul cast.
- When a permit feeds, it sometimes angles its head so that the sun reflects off of its broad body—sometimes making it easier to spot, explains Bruce Chard in Fly Fisherman.
- Focusing on the “turkey buzzer”, a fly imitating a midge in the pupae stage, Tim Wade discusses fishing midge pupae and the importance of the year-round bug. Cody Enterprise.
- Nymphing allows for the most success when fly-fishing in the fall, according to Kirk Webb. He provides tips in “Nymphing 101“. The Aspen Times.
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