More European-Style Fly Fishing Tips with Lance Egan

More European-Style Fly Fishing Tips with Lance Egan

Adam Eakle joins Mickey Anderson from Fish Tech Outfitters, and U.S. Fly Fishing Team member, Lance Egan, on the Middle Provo River for more European-style fly fishing tips. This time Lance demonstrates techniques for dry fly and streamer fishing with a Euro rig.


  1. Tony Tredway on June 20, 2020 at 7:15 pm

    I have both DVD’s on Euro Nymphing and recommend them highly. The technique has elevated my game for sure. There was a mention of "giving away secrets" and that is teaching. There is absolutely no harm in every fisherman getting better. I often share productive flies when I’m on the river and discuss technique. What a great way to spend a day etc. Thanks guys for sharing the knowledge and making me a better sportsman.

  2. Alex Argyros on June 20, 2020 at 7:17 pm

    Wonderful video. Thanks. I have two questions: 1. How is the thin leader Lance uses to fish across currents constructed (what weight/length/material sections, etc.)? 2. I notice that Lance uses a relatively tight line to his flies. Does he tend to see strikes on his sighter first, or feel them?

  3. No Escape Outdoors on June 20, 2020 at 7:33 pm

    Awesome instructions as always.

  4. Stephen Carter on June 20, 2020 at 7:34 pm

    Question to Adam Eakle and/or Mickey Anderson: In this video, you each had a hip/waist tool kit of some sort. I have all manner of packs – sling, back, hip, etc. I often use a sling pack. After trying several, I’ve settled on the sling for me. But, I would more often use a much smaller hip pack if I could find the right one. What pack do each of you use?

  5. Fish Steeler Chronicles on June 20, 2020 at 7:51 pm

    I noticed Mickey had a loop knot on his fly with the euro-nymph on, does this increase the action on the fly and is the knot a rapala knot?

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