Scientific facts about the bullet flies

Fact # 1: Educated trout feed on small nymphs

To understand why bullet flies are more effective on educated trout, we need to understand what kind of trout we are talking about here. We find all around the world two different behaviors of trout that seduce in the face of strong fishing pressure.
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Fact # 2 : Trout spend 90% of their time feeding on the bottom

Dry fishing is the most beautiful method, but if your goal is to catch as many fish as you can, then you must not forget this lesson from mother nature...
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Fact # 3 : Varnished nymphs sink faster than dubbing nymphs

It's interesting to note how the fishermen only think about the weight of the nymph for a model of the same hook size. Although the dubbing gives a very lively aspect to the nymph, it must not be forgotten that it slows the descent of the nymph in the water column enormously.
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Fact # 4 : Educated trouts are lazy

If you are dealing with educated trout, it means that you are fishing in a high fishing pressure place, and the river is very productive for food.
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Fact # 5 : Painted lead nymphs are more realistic than classic nymphs

The painted lead nymphs are not born in the jaws of a vise, but are an artistic creation made with paint, which brings them shades of colors much more realistic than tainted materials.
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