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  • Writer's picturePaul Osimo

Dynamic Fishing Situations

I happen to love atypical/oddball/stressful fishing situations, the tighter and weirder the better. Often times it means someone rarely (if ever) fishes this wackadoo section of water which makes for relaxed and oftentimes interested fish.

Roll casts, dipping, pendulum swings, slingshotting, sidearm casting and slam dunking a fly to get it to sink an extra 2 inches all have their time and place. The way I figure it, the fly is all that needs to be pretty, the delivery can be crazy ugly as long as it does the job.

I've sifted through my video archive and picked a handful of relevant options for delivering a fly into potentially fishy situations:

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