Hendrickson Polish woven nymph
Would you like to you catch more fish during the Hendrickson hatch this spring? There are quite a few ways to approach it, here are some good tactics to try. Some are easy and fast, while others require patience, and some exploration with new techniques, you choose which ones to employ.
Before you, quite a few people have made up their minds to be more successful at catching fish on the Farmington during these early season hatches, when the fish can sometimes just not seem to respond to anything. Through the successes and failures of those who went before you, there are many lessons that must be learned. To make it less difficult for you to succeed, here are a few of the better tactics. The tactics with notably long lists of successful users before.
5 tactics quite likely to assist you in catching more trout during the Hendrickson and other early mayfly hatches this Spring.
1. Fish with nymphs during the first week of the insects hatching. Choosing a nymph in the proper size and color is key. Turn a few rocks and look for some of the naturals before you choose the fly you will be fishing with. For best results you will need to change to some sort of a nymphing setup, there are quite a few out there I prefer my coiled sighters and a host of Euro methods including French/Spanish Nymphing. The other alternative that I like to use especially when its windy is Czech Nymphing with a football indicator or something similar. (more…)