How & Why the Best Parts of the River For Nymph Fishing Change Over the Year (and a WARNING for the end of the Nymphing Handbook 3x Price Increase TONIGHT)

Monday, 24 October 2016  |  Paul G

Here we are at the final day of the crazy price giveaway for the astonishingly-effective and easy path to nymph-fishing mastery “Power Bundle”.

Today, I’ve got a great free lesson in this blog post (and news of yet another bonus that I’ve added to the whole bundle). Why have I done this??

Basically, to celebrate getting to the end of this major launch event - and to pile on the reasons why, on top of giving you a full 6-month money-back complete satisfaction guarantee you need to get in on this offer before the price triples tonight…

No more hemming and hawing; time to get on the bus yes

For this lesson (which is developed even further into a completely self-contained tool in the last Power-bundle bonus that I’ve snappily called “The Magic Bullet Method for Selecting Nymph-fishing Rigs, Nymphs & Locations”), I want to plant some simple ecology ideas that can transform the way you read the water…

Don’t worry, there won’t be anything overly complex here. Don’t believe me? Well how about we start with the first idea:

Fish follow the food.

Now before you hit the back button and give me a “No **** Sherlock”, let me go one further.

The food of the fish follow their own food (in a way!).

What I mean is that the numbers and activity of different bugs increases at certain points of their lifecycle (generally around when those bugs are feeding and growing most actively).

Here are some things that most fly fishers don’t realise (or maybe don’t think about so much) and also why those things are important if you want to reliably catch fish.

All of the calories that feed fish in our rivers originally comes from the energy of the sun.

This is because of (longest word in the whole lesson coming up I promise) the process of photosynthesis. As we all know, that is the mechanism used by trees, plants and also some kinds of microscopic plankton to take the sun’s energy and make sugars to feed themselves.

So far, so beardy…

The thing that most fly fishers don’t think too much about is that, depending on the time of year and the sorts of plants that are  growing NEXT TO as well as IN their rivers; there will be a very different route for those “sunlight energy calories” to get into the stomachs of the bugs in the river.

And that also means that, at different times, there will be more calories being eaten from particular food sources. On top of that, those different food sources tend to be found in particular bits of the river (and many bugs are only able eat one of those specific food sources).

Stick with me here because, when you know all this you can make super-easy choices on where to fish and what flies to use for the best results.

The great news is that entire groups of those bugs are dead simple to imitate using a very small number of fly patterns. You just need to know which bits of the river have the most of each kind of bug in it at each time of year. If you know a bit about entomology, this is fairly easy to work out – especially when I tell you three of the most important food sources:

  1. The film of algae that can be grazed off flat surfaces in the river (like stones and the leaves on underwater plants)
  2. Fallen leaves that drop in from trees
  3. The tiny fragments of both leaves and also the dead cells of algae

What the “Magic Bullet Method” does is tell you what type of water will have the highest numbers of active (and so vulnerable) bugs that feed on each food source for different seasons. It also tells you what those bugs are and relates them to the very small number of fly patterns in the Handbook of European Nymph Fishing (i.e. the main e-book in the Power Bundle). As a final step this last Bundle Bonus indicates great options for rigs to present those flies (and even tags on three special bonus patterns used for the super-specialised freezing cold conditions of midwinter).

So feel free to take this approach and combine it with your own entomology knowledge – and (here comes the sales pitch) if you’d like to take a big short-cut for just £11.99/$14.75 then you can get the Magic Bullet Method as part of the (ridiculous) Power Bundle.

Just don’t hang around because the Power Bundle price is about to increase by more than 3x tonight.

We have to do this because the offer is only in place while we get a quick liquid cash injection to cover initial production, distribution and advertising costs. We’d go out of business if we let everyone have it at this price permanently…

I should also point out that the Magic Bullet Method won’t be available outside the bundle itself (because it just doesn’t make sense without the supporting tactics and flies in the main bundle).

If you still aren’t sure whether this “Take-out pizza-priced” nymphing mastery in a box bundle is for you – Please do check out the previous blog posts starting from last Monday to get some idea of all the different things that you will be passing up.

When you are ready you can scroll down to use the two alternative links for the £GBP price and the $USD price (both these links/prices will attract VAT tax if you live in a country where that applies)

Also, do remember our (frankly insane) 100% refund policy within 6-months of purchase (who else will give you that for a downloadable product??? We must be pretty sure you are going to like it right?).

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