When are Strike Indicators Effective in Chironomid Fishing?
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When are Strike Indicators Effective in Chironomid Fishing?

Strike indicators (bobber is a much better term) are a highly effective tool in stillwater fly fishing, particularly in the realm of imitating chironomids in both the pupal and larval stage. 

However!

There is most definitely a time and place for them, and there are actually situations in which removing the indicator from the calculation can yield much better results. 

It’s all included in this episode of the Interior Fly Fishing Co. Podcast!

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    Jim Weber.
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    Helpfull podcast thanks for all the info while were stuck at home.

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    Gary Weglarz
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    I appreciate the information about “when” the different techniques produce best. Thanks.

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