Author: Will Rice
We spend a lot of time talking to customers and clients about fly fishing equipment, gear, local entomology and on the water tactics. Another important component we discuss is rigging. Here in Colorado, we are lucky to have the opportunity to fish for trout and other species in a number of different styles. When the hatch is on and fish are rising, we love to throw dry flies on the surface. When fish do not seem as interested in the upper echelon of the water column, sometimes it is a good idea to probe deeper. One rigging option to think about is the double nymph rig.