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Thanks to everyone for all the advice on nymphing. Today I went out and just knocked 'em dead. Bead head princes and zug bugs were the items on the menu and the browns and 'bos ate em up. The split shot and strike indicator method worked great and wasn't that difficult to cast, although I spent most of the day just roll casting it upstream and letting it drift.

Let 'em all go except for 1 14" bow that's going to grill up real nice. by the way, that guy's stomach was packed with nymphs.

see you out there.
 

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glad it all worked out for you---keep it up... ;D
 

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it was last firday...lower poudre above picnic rock and then I was just below the dam below picnic rock...the action right at the foot of the dam was insane..I probably pulled 4 or 5 fish out of there, all nice size, and plenty of others that i missed strikes on. I would work upstream a bit and let the area rest and then come back and nail 'em again. it was good fun. Went back tuesday and only got one though...they must have been having some kind of nymph frenzy that day.
 

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nymphs are probably the most consistent producer when it comes to flyfishing. Glad you had a good time.
 
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