Sorry for the amount of threads by me, I just wonder a lot and don't really have any fly fishing buddies to discuss this with, so this is all I have. So, being mainly familiar with river fishing for Trout and only in recent years (sporadically here and there and more so just this season) learning the saltwater game I've been wondering if it would pay off to fish (under the right conditions) a fly dead drift under an indicator in the current? Certain beaches I fish generate a pretty good rip that allows you to swing a fly as if river fishing. The extreme currents seem to have created trenches on the bottom where the fish hang out to ambush whatever seems to hover by. I instantly was reminded of indicator nymph fishing on the river where you try to get a nice drag free drift. Now I'm wondering how effective this would be. I'm going to try this out of course, but was wondering if any of you have done this or do this from time to time. Or if it just doesn't interest you that must since catching them on "the strip" is more entertaining. I can only think of how much stuff must be getting dislodged by the tidal changes that just floats by for the picking. Then again, maybe everything can actually swim and so unless it's struggling (has action) the SRC won't pay it any mind? Thoughts?