Finding Your ‘Confidence Range’ is Key to Great Fly Fishing

Finding Your ‘Confidence Range’ is Key to Great Fly Fishing

By Kirk Deeter

“The difference between fair or good trout anglers and the great ones is that the great ones have an established “confidence range” they fish within most of the time. They have a casting range that they absolutely, positively know they can drop the fly on the snoz of the trout. Wind, weather, currents… none of that matters.

It’s just like the basketball player who knows he or she can make that 8-foot jumper almost every time, even with a hand in his or her face. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar made a living with his “sky hook.” Or the ethical bowhunters who practice to the point where they know exactly what their lethal range is.”

 

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Sourced from Field & Stream