’Fishing sub-surface involves using heavier flies, that will sink. Often times sinkers are added to the road above the fly to sink your offering
faster. Sub-floor fly fishing involves using nymphs, wet flies, and streamers. Food it truly is accessible to fish below the floor. Flies imitate every bug or nymph available under
water. They also imitate worms, leeches, eggs, crabs, very nearly every thing available to fish to eat. While dry fly fishing gets all the recognition, truth learn, fish eat up to 90% of their diet under the water. So you are apt to catch more fish using ‘wet flies’, you then are dry fly fishing. Especially if you are just beginning, fishing sub-floor is going to bring about more fish being caught. While fish are feeding on the surface they're very skittish, and intensely selective. Almost any fault in method, rigging, or fly option will result in scaring off the fish you are attempting to catch.