It’s a fact, a trout’s diet is primarily subsurface. For those of you scratching your head, this simply means you’ll catch more trout using nymphs (subsurface flies) than fishing dry flies. First of all don’t give up on dry flies, as that’s simply the best way ever to catch a trout. However, there will be days when the trout aren’t looking up and if you really need to bend that rod, you’ll have to take your offering deeper in the water. That’s where we come in. We’ve got a Leland Rod Co. Nymph Fly Box readied with 36 of our best-producing, favorite trout nymphs. You’ll arrive stream side with the goodies to get yourself some fat trout. By design we leave on side of this fly box empty, so you can visit a cool, little fly shop on your next trip, get some good fishing information and pick up some local nymphs for your trip. Add them to your growing and organized nymph collection. It’s the right thing to do.