Last weekend I had a days fishing with my neighbour. We came across many feeding fish. Most of them were focused on nymphs. The most difficult thing about hooking them was setting the hook at the correct time. These trout were very weary and would spit the hook out in a split second. We missed a few fish on the strike and others just disappeared before we even took the fly off the hook keeper. We were lucky enough to land two fish. After fishing there was a brief discussion about, how if you catch a fish in the opening moments of your trip, it can be very hard from then on in to land another one. It's a phenomena that many fishers have experienced.