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Fly Fishing: Coiled Strike Indicator (Sighter for Nymphing)

Coiled 'Sighter' Strike Indicator

USING A ‘SIGHTER’

International fly fishing competition creates innovations to comply with rules and yet still detect strikes. The ‘sighter’ coil is a tool in detecting strikes. Just an interesting concept. Also, read about Czech, Spanish and French nymphing setups and techniques. (The Fly Fishing Reporter)

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1 Response to “Fly Fishing: Coiled Strike Indicator (Sighter for Nymphing)”


  1. April 25, 2010 at 6:04 AM

    Thanks Switters B!
    p.s. I added your site to my blog roll


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