Learn to Czech Nymph in BC
Over the past 5 years I have spent quite a bit of time teaching beginner and advanced fly anglers how to employ the method of presenting a nymph to fish on a short line in fast water. This technique is commonly referred to as Czech or Polish nymphing. It is very effective for fly fishing fast streams such as those found on the west coast of beautiful British Columbia.
Quite often the fish caught are in the 10-14″ inch range, but in some cases surprisingly large fish take the little #10 to #18 nymphs.
Our streams have many of the standard insects such as stoneflies, caddis, and many mayfies due to the pristine water conditions. Using fly patterns that imitate these insects in their nymph stage is critical to the success of the Czech nymph technique.
When teaching we use various fly rods specifically designed for Czech nymphing such as Admira, Vision and Sage.
One of my favorite things about using this style of fly fishing is you never know what you’re going to catch and you always have to be prepared and remember your tippet strength! The normal tippet size is 3X or 4X fluorocarbon in our coastal streams.
Learn More About Nymphing and get Hands-On Training
If you want to get some hands-on training you can book one of my guided trips here and learn the technique of Czech Nymphing on our beautiful coastal BC rivers!