I'll have. Look any suggestions as where to find these please.. And thank youGEK79,
I would encourage you to read three books. Stan Headley's "The Loch Fisher's Bible" and "Reflections on the Loch" explain very well the importance of letting the flies "hang" at the end of the draw. And Charles Mclaren's book on "The Art of Sea-trout Fishing" explains why the draw for sea-trout has to be quite different from other methods. All these books are a great read on a long, dreary winter's night. They will transport you to another world, far away from all our present concerns.
I fish a reservoir on the Pennines in South Yorkshire, the fish come from Swinton trout farm Ripon, those and green goldhead hoppers were doing really wellthats great news .where were you fishing if you dont mind