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This week, we make a journey Down Underneath to speak to Australian information Angus Reynolds. He typically guides trout anglers, however due to the recurring drought in Australia, Angus has been pursuing alternate species, and carp are considered one of his main targets. I believed we may be taught some strategies to attempt on our North American carp, that are the identical species, and Angus has some attention-grabbing tips about fishing a sunken dry fly for them. He additionally tells some nice tales about catching Murray cod and eels on a fly rod!
Within the Fly Field, we now have some attention-grabbing questions and feedback, together with:
- Can I take advantage of my 11-foot, 3-weight Helios Blackout rod for trout Spey? If that’s the case, what grain weight ought to I take advantage of?
- When ought to I take advantage of jig hooks and slotted beads, versus common nymph hooks and beads?
- Do you will have some ideas for Japanese stillwater trout fishing? Is it a lot totally different than what they do within the West?
- Is there an inexpensive do-it-yourself restore package for fly rods I can take into the sphere with me?
- Does UV resin entice trout? And are UV supplies actually enticing to trout?
- A listener from the UK says the entire concept of public water in North America blows his thoughts. He asks whether it is actually true that we will fish any river we would like?
- A listener takes me to activity for insinuating that individuals who use Euro-nymphing strategies are solely after racking up numbers of fish.
- What’s the distinction between graphite and fiberglass rods for small streams, and which is best?
- If I see a beaver on one finish of a pond and an otter on the opposite, which one ought to I keep away from when fishing?
- A listener shares his expertise of brown trout favoring one fly on his nymph rig and rainbow trout the opposite fly.