George Daniel’s new book is simply called Nymph Fishing. But, in terms of content, it is anything but. It is full of great observations and suggestions.
Meant to be an update to the seminal Dynamic Nymphing, the new book is chock full of entries on:
- The pros and cons of indicator nymphing and tightlining
- His favorite gear
- His go-to flies
- Favorite rivers
- Hook setting and playing fish efficiently
One of my favorite sections is when he does situational observations. He gives examples of certain fishing conditions and what he would do to fish them.
This is a book to read and re-read. I think it will be a classic. I’ve added to my list of favorite fly fishing books.