by Roger Hall
My eyes are getting old and it is getting kind of hard for me to see the take under water. So, for the last year I have put on a little Orvis strike putty, I prefer the chartreuse. Just a very tiny bit just above the tippet knot is of great assistance in detecting subtle takes.
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