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Orvis Stick On Oval Indicators

Orvis Stick On Oval Indicators

$4.95
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The Orvis Stick-On Oval Indicators are for any fly angler looking for an easy and quick way to add a strike indicator to a leader. The small profile is wind resistant aiding casting those small to medium sized nymphs up stream to fish. The bright colors provide an easy-to-see indicator for all light conditions.

Key Features:

  • Color Assortment – Each pack has 24 stick-on indicators half being fluorescent yellow and the other fluorescent orange.
  • Stick-On – The adhesive of these indicators allow for easy attachment to mono, nylon, and fluorocarbon by just folding the indicator over the leader/tippet.
  • High-Floating Foam – These lightweight foam indicators will float all day without any maintenance.
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Orvis Stick On Oval Indicators
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Chase Chapman
Chase Chapman
Verified fly fishing expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

These strike indicators give you a visual when the fish strikes and it also helps in locating the leader and approx location on the fly. Do not get in the habbit of focusing on the indicator, focus on the fly not the indicator.

Kendrick Wilson
Kendrick Wilson
Verified fly fishing expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

You'll need indicators for fishing nymphs (subsurface flies). These are good for detecting strikes with sinking flies (basically a "bobber").