I have been fly fishing since I was in college almost 25 years ago. Not so far in the distant past, I grew tired of watching a strike indicator float past me for hours on end. I have always thrown dries when a good hatch is going on and even tied on stimulators, terrestrials and anything else to occupy my time when I get bored. My question is, what about streamers? I have spent entire days on the river with them and have had decent success (bigger fish on average), but wanted to see how everyone fishes them. I have even had a fantastic day on the White when I went against normal thoughts and threw a white clouser all day long. I am not asking what streamers to use per se, but what techniques do you all use. I have watched Gallup's how to vids and many others online, but feel like that is not the end all be all. Anyones thoughts on the subject? Dead drift, strip fast down current, angle through holes, and cast down stream and strip back to you? Not all the options and hope to hear more with success stories.