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Mending and Line Control for Nymphing

To catch fish consistently when fly fishing, you have to control how your line is affected by the current. This can be difficult - if your line is drifting faster or slower than the fly, it will drag the fly through the water. The way to stop this problem is by “mending” your line. Mastering the mend requires good technique, as well as an understanding of river hydraulics and how they affect your line. Learn this technique from Norm Crisp of Stream Side Adventures.

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