Published Jan 23. 2017 - 6 years ago
Updated or edited Nov 26. 2022

Euro Nymphing vs Indicator Nymphing

Devin Olsen: "I was once a dyed in the wool suspension/strike indicator nymph fisherman. You couldn’t convince me there was a better way of catching numbers of fish on most trout rivers. After a few years of competing with Fly Fishing Team USA and a lot of comparisons, I’m convinced that European style nymphing is more effective in most water types. This video clip, explains the pros and cons of European vs suspension/strike indicator style nymphing."

This four minute clip is an excerpt from the full film Modern Nymphing - European Inspired Techniques, and a small example of what is available to learn from purchasing the full video.

You can watch the Modern Nymphing trailer at:

Full film duration: 1:23:00

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