Hear me out on this one before you send the hate mail (when you do send hate mail, please make it attention Tim Romano...). We have so many classic "flies only, catch-and-release" waters in this country. And to me, that's all good. It promotes fly fishing, it helps sustain the fish and the resource, and all of that. But you ultimately have to ask yourself if dragging nymphs through a run beneath a strike indicator is really fly fishing, really good for the resource, and ultimately really a good way to inspire fly anglers to push their limits, embrace the learning curve, understand entomology, and expand their horizons in this sport.