Pro Nymph – the key thing when fishing with nymphs is to match the weight of the jig head to the fishery and the activity of the fish. We use the nymph for short and very smooth twitches in order to give it some life and make its movement look like a natural prey. This is quite easy as the tail is very soft and the thicker tips make it twitch quickly. With a nymph we usually fish places near the very bottom.
Usually they are lifted about 5-10 cm above the bottom and then they fall freely. When fishing in the river we try to choose the speed of retrieve so that it is not faster than the flow of the river. The path of the nymph has to be such that it passes as close as possible to the obstacle i.e. stone, branch, clump of weed, that is a potential hideout for predators. In the crucial moment of the retrieve the nymph MUST fall just before the obstacle.
SCENT / TASTE
KRIIL | CHEESE
SIZES OF HOOKS AND SUGGESTIONS FOR LOAD WEIGHT
PRO NYMPH 18
Brown trout, rainbow trout, rudd, chub, ide, grayling and whitefish.
Rivers, lakes, ponds, artificial reservoirs water, canals.
An essential element of a properly composed set will be an adequately performing rod, 185-220 cm / 1-6 g in length, which will not only properly absorb the fish's runs during the fight but will also have the necessary backbone when you hook the fish and help you properly retrieve the lure and feel the often very gentle bites. For such rods a reel in 2000-3000 size with a precise drag is recommended. Braided line of size +-0.2-0.5PE – 0,04-0,08 mm or 0,10-0,16 mm diameter monofilament of high quality. With such a set we can easily catch most species of fish. When fishing for larger fish, the set needs to be modified and adjusted to the specific conditions.
Cheese - perfect for use in standing waters such as commercial Trout Area ponds and medium-sized rivers when fishing for whitefish.
Krill - recommended mainly for fishing wild fish in large rivers and fishing for predators such as perch, zander in dammed reservoirs, lakes.
Garlic - primarily used when fishing for passive feeding fish, such as whitefish and rainbow trout in commercial ponds.
Unscented - for those with a sensitive sense of smell.