Change your tactics

It's easy to become a slave of habits. Practically all fishers will calm down with what they know best: a certain rod and line combination, a certain leader length and tippet size, a few proven flies. We lull ourselves to sleep with the same casting type and rhythm and attack the water in the same way every time we get there. If that doesn't pay off it might be high time to change your tactics.
Fish radically differently! Surprise yourself!
Change the trusty floater to a sink tip line. Extend the leader and make it extremely thin. Fish with weighted flies and a split shot. Fish down in stead of upstream. Just do something differently from what you usually do. Remember to listen to others and see what they do. Be open to new ideas. That's the way you develop as a fisher.

The tenth and a little piece of advice: Think like a fish...

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