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In the third part of this critical nymphing concepts series, we consider the advantages and disadvantages of fishing with a suspender.
We cover the following
- Indicator styles and why the type matters
- Not all indicators are created equal
- Choosing tight line or indy, or combing both
- What you lose by adding and indy
- What you gain by adding an indy
- Complications of an indy style
- What is commonly missed when using an indy
- Reading an indicator
- A few more tips . . .
READ: Troutbitten | It’s a Suspender, Not Just an Indicator
PODCAST: Troutbitten | Nymphing Tight Line to the Indicator Style — Tight Line Advantage to the Indicator
READ: Troutbitten | The Backing Barrel Might Be the Best Sighter Ever
READ: Troutbitten | Tight Line to the Indicator — a Mono Rig Variant
READ: Troutbitten | Your Indicator is Too Big
READ: Troutbitten | The Dorsey Yarn Indicator — Everything You Need to Know and a Little More
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