Here's a bit from Chris's post "The three things I consider when confronted by a nymphing fish or an orgasmic piece of trout water here in New Zealand, are size, color and weight".
Here's a bit from Gareth's post "To be successful fly fishing on Stillwater, you really need to develop a sixth sense for what is happening below the surface. To help me, I constantly imagine that a fish is following my fly and I truly expect a hit on each and every cast. Doing so, when I get a hit, I’m not surprised and i tend to not miss very many strikes".
Our mate Gareth jones from Airflo is one of the worlds leading authorities in stillwater fly fishing.......actually he's one of those annoying guys who can catch fish anywhere.