Expand your fly-fishing repertoire exponentially with Dynamic Nymphing, an in-depth catalog of the latest nymphing techniques by acclaimed angler George Daniel. In the book, Daniel covers advanced tight-line nymphing tactics—including Czech, Polish, French, Spanish, and American techniques—and how to rig dry/dropper configurations. Along with 62 nymph fly patterns, Daniel details how to fish in extreme conditions as well as casting techniques that include the tuck cast, bow-and-arrow cast, and how to elevate and lead flies while tight-line nymphing. George Daniel is the assistant manager of TCO Fly Shop in State College, Pennsylvania, and has competed and placed in various fly-fishing competitions around the world. Hardcover: 248 pages.
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Customer Reviews for Dynamic Nymphing
Review 1 for Dynamic Nymphing
July 22, 2014
from Southern California
"As usual to Orvis, treatment of nymphing in this book is limited to the challenges of moving water (streams). For those of us who fish nymphs in Stillwater, this book must be either properly interpreted or avoided altogether. The author is more interested in talking about his world travels than about general nymphing techniques. Thus the value of this book is questionable to those who are not interested in the romance of the traveler."
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Review 2 for Dynamic Nymphing
June 20, 2014
from Hudson Valley, NY
"With Nymphing all the rage this book is super! It gets you from soup to nuts in the nymph game. indispensable for the serious nympher."
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Review 3 for Dynamic Nymphing
January 8, 2014
"Goes into great detail from nymphing set ups, how to rig them, why to rig them, how to use them, how to cast them, how to set the hook on fish with them, fly patterns, and many more! with great pictures to help. Love this book!!"
"George Daniel explains and clearly illustrates some very novel nymphing techniques. Many of the techniques he teaches is removing the strike indicator, resulting in more feel and less missed strikes. Awesome book!"