FISHING LARGE TROUT (PART FOUR)
Large trout are big eaters of nymphs and do so in large quantities during the day. Normally at this hour they are in the headwaters of the wells just below the mainstream or just near the end of this current. It is important to know ourselves properly position. The closer the better, but quietly, without any noise or cast shadows. Silence first. You can speak louder, yell whatever you want but watch quietly with metal studs our boots or wading stick. Once located, the best, in one side of the stream, we launched our nymph upstream calculated using the indicator which takes to sink and fish posture where we believe we can be wagered our fish. You have to make as many passes as we see necessary, as our prey may need some time to decide or get used to the presence of a nymph who is not like but ultimately can attack for any reason. As normal if not sting on the first attempts, it is to do it when you pass the nymph literally in front of our nose and strike indicator sunk completely. At least stop or deviation indicator, we must lift the rod and nail not violently. Large trout made discrete usually chopped. It is important that we always maintain a very slight tension with our artificial. In the final collection, when the nymph has already surpassed our vertical and starts to leave the bottom and rise to the surface, you have to pick up slowly and even stop for a moment if there is a fish that has followed behind imitation and decided to attack at the time of the rise to the surface.
If we catch a table of semi peeled or very faint stream water, it is best to project the nymph upstream and slowly pick outlined with very light pressure, giving flick of the wrist to Nymph navigate and attractive. Nymph technical view, it is certainly an exciting form, even more than the dry fly. If we see a bet fish, nymph launched our double distance in length and depth. If the fish does not attack when the nymph passes within reach, we can try to give life, suddenly raised the artificial at the time that passes in front of our fish for the attack. This technique gives a great result.
The dry fly is the most exciting way to chop a big fish. As it is too well known I will not go into detail on how to practice it. That is vital is the presentation of the fly and always avoid the tedious dredging. Some think that their dredge and derives not fly perfectly in the water surface, but in reality is not like that at all. Your fly runs slightly faster than they should and the fish, especially if the size looks right away. Ways to avoid dredging sets are curved (curve cast) and extended release (reach cast). These releases cause an inverted U or inverted L useful in fishing. It is difficult to make them, if the basic pitches are perfectly mastered. For this, the DT lines are useful because being slow allow make these corrections in advance. Low line 4.5 meters to 5.5 meters are enough to catch selective trout. Very long low in my opinion are not necessary if the curved and extended releases are well mastered.
Without going into the water fishing, and fishing only fish that are fattened to certain hours and in certain places, it is best to know always choose the best and greatest of all. This often can be seen with some experience. Large fish tend to prey alone or with other fish of similar characteristics. They are also posted on the best places to stock up on food without having to move constantly from one place to another. Moreover, if we look mast we can see that are a big trout by producing circles. If instead you are circles absorption, here we have a problem because it seems a large trout can be absorbed with incredible discretion deriving insects on the surface or in the water film. In any case we can get an idea of the fish that is below the circle judging their position.