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    Da by die R59 oppad Potch toe!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerrit Viljoen View Post
    Hier is wat ek als het.
    Bl!ksem thats impressive; here's one you might enjoy. 'Active Nymphing' by Rich Osthoff stackpole books 2006.

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    Naa you go to Korrie's Masterclass and he'll teach you everything about nymphing. Net 'n grappie!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerrit Viljoen View Post
    Da by die R59 oppad Potch toe!
    ja- ne bliksem , jy sal moet skoolgeld betaal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerrit Viljoen View Post
    Hier is wat ek als het.
    Het jy al die waardes opgetel en seker gemaak dat jou versekering reg is?
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    Don't go knocking on Death's door, ring the bell and run like hell. He hates it. (anon)
    Nymphing, adds depth to your fly fishing.
    Nymphing, is fly fishing in another dimension

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    Jip dit val onder my huis inhoud.
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    To put everything into perspective in the words of the legend;

    "the process of change from nymphs to dun begins at significant depth with the splitting of the wing case as the first indication of this transition. Almost at once, an intense struggle for escape creates motion that, when added to the fresh new color of the emerging dun in the thorax area of the nymph, serves as a trigger in attracting the attention of some trout. Why trout would be selective to this stage of emergence is unclear, but sampling stomach contents can show instances when transitioning nymphs compromise 100% of a trout's food intake."
    Last edited by Gerrit Viljoen; 05-09-11 at 11:34 AM.
    Gerrit Viljoen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerrit Viljoen View Post
    To put everything into perspective in the words of the legend;

    ". Why trout would be selective to this stage of emergence is unclear, but sampling stomach contents can show instances when transitioning nymphs compromise 100% of a trout's food intake."
    For me it is very clear.
    All of a sudden, you have the emergers everywhere. It will be the only food source availabe. The moving insects, creates attention, it is easy for the fish to spot them, picking them off.
    Why search for nymph or a dry fly, when there is food everywhere, in the form of emergers?
    Korrie Broos

    Don't go knocking on Death's door, ring the bell and run like hell. He hates it. (anon)
    Nymphing, adds depth to your fly fishing.
    Nymphing, is fly fishing in another dimension

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    More great flies!!!

    Regards

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