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Re: "Dapping the undercuts"
2006/9/9 19:16
From Dallastown, PA
Posts: 1307
Shane, I once about 20 years ago has a small brown take my dryfly on Spruce Creek, on his first jump he went over a limb of a deadfall and I had to cross the creek to go get him off the hook. He was hanging in mid air because the line got caught on a burr or bark notch.


Posted on: 2012/3/7 20:17
Don't hit me with them negative waves so early in the morning. Think the bridge will be there and it will be there. It's a mother, beautiful bridge, and it's gonna be there. Ok?

Re: "Dapping the undercuts"

2012/3/21 15:46
Posts: 0
Isn't this "Czech nymphing"

Posted on: 2014/3/28 11:46

Re: "Dapping the undercuts"

2007/3/24 2:29
From Luzerne County, PA
Posts: 146
"Haha, I had this happen once, but it was not on purpoulus. Fishing a local stream, there was a fish rising on the opposite bank behind a small tree branch. Of course my first cast to him had my Cdc and elk get caught in the branch about a foot off the water. Fish jumped up and grabbed it and could not get off. Had to cross the stream and release the fish from the branch."

We call that "tea bagging"

Posted on: 2014/4/6 14:21

Re: "Dapping the undercuts"

2014/5/3 4:29
From Drexel Hill, PA
Posts: 12
Did it yesterday with no shame. Had a fish on but lost it because I ripped the hook out...because...I got the s*** scared out of me.

As long as you don't have a hotdog/corn on your hook. You're all good.

Works especially well on valley creek with terrestrials midday when nothing is biting. Wrap some weighted wire around the shank for an extra "plop" can really induce a strike. Can't wait till the heat of the summer to do this.

Posted on: 2014/5/6 8:41

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