Video Discussion of my preferred "Mono Nymph Rig" and The Denver Fly Fishing Show

I feel the reduction in mass , within a mono rig, creates greater connection and sensitivity to the fly.

I feel the reduction in mass , within a mono rig, creates greater connection and sensitivity to the fly.

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This Vlog was inspired by a central Oregon high school fly fishing club, where they asked for my preferred mono rig. This is part 1, where I discuss my go to basic mono rig setup, and provide some insights as to why it works for me. First, let me point out that www.troutbitten.comhas written a lot of great information concerning the mono rigs, so my focus here is to discuss my “CONFIDENCE RIG” with you, and a few thoughts as to why mono works well with nymphs, especially light rigs. The second part will include basic rigging (spacing of flies, adding droppers, etc.) with mono rigs.  Thanks for taking the time to read and watch. 

News: Upcoming Denver Fly Fishing Show

 The first Fly Fishing Show is almost upon us, and first up is Denver, where I have two classes available: 1) Beginner’s Casting Class and 2) Situational Nymphing Scenarios class). Please click on this link to check out the Denver Fly Fishing Show. https://flyfishingshow.com/denver-co/

 

I’ll also be in the seminar rooms to present several programs, along with a few demos in the casting pool. Plus, you’ll find me hanging out in the Orvis booth throughout the entireshow, so please make sure to stop over and say “HI.”  Hope to see some of you there. 

 

Seminar Room Talks

Troubleshooting Trout Difficult Trout Scenarios

Nymphing: New Angles and Tactics

Streamer Tactics 2.0

 

Casting Pool Demo

Casting Made Easy-A Beginner’s Guide to Casting

Dynamic Fly Casting-Fishing Casts for All Scenarios

George Daniel explains his confidence MONO RIG for nymphing, while discussing several advantages of mono over traditional fly lines for nymphing light rigs.

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