Author: Jeremy LucasSorry, removed by request of Mr. Bowler, editor of the magazine Fly Fishing & Fly Tying.
England's Scott Nellins makes his own for very delicate presentation on rivers
I'm sure most river anglers have used the New Zealand (or 'Duo') method as well as the hugely popular Czech Nymphing tactics. Both these techniques are very effective in the correct conditions but their popularity can also lead to their downfall.
In clear water for example these tactics are less effective as fish can be put off by the splashes of three heavy nymphs when Czech Nymphing or the repeated casting of the New Zealand method.
LEVEN hosted one of the five sessions and has been kind to me as I won the Brown Bowl here in the Home International in 2003.
I base my approach on the information gathered in last year's practice and my general wild brown trout experience.
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