Re: Not a Chance Ralph !
Posted by Phil Ewanicki on 2012-03-28 09:07:32
in reply to Re: Not a Chance Ralph ! posted by GES on 2012-03-26 16:45:32
|Secchi disks measure what people see, and the observer is always between the disc and the sun. Leaders, especially dry fly leaders, are located between the fish and the sun, which is an important distinction. It's easy to see the glare from a pane of glass when the sun is behind you but difficult to detect glare when the the pane of glass is between you and the sun. Has the "firecracker effect" been recorded when the leader material was between the camera and the sun, like the fish would see it? Can a fish stop its eyes down below f64? |