Strike Indicators

Fly fishing strike indicators or bungs, are perfect for suspending a fly or flies, allowing them to be fished stationary at a predetermined depth. The strike indicator is fixed to the line with the fly at a set depth below. Buzzers, nymphs or lures, such as eggs, are ideal to fish beneath an indicator on stillwaters. The indicator can be moved on the line to adjust the depth of the flies to find the depth the fish are feeding at. Indicators are often used on rivers too when they are cast upstream and allowed to drift back in the current with nymphs suspended beneath.
Indicator tippet materials are coloured monos, often made up of bands of different colours. They are often attached to the end of euro nymphing leaders and are used for fishing nymphs on rivers for trout and grayling.
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