alright i thought i had this under control but my confidence is dwindling faster than the water temperature. Here is my rig: straight 8' peice of 15 lb flouro -->~3 B split shot to a barrel swivel ~18" 3x flouro double surgeon's knot to another ~15'" peice of 3x tippet. tie a fly to the tag end of the first tippet and a fly to the end . I set my indicator at the junction of the line/leader. Here is my beef: 1. i like to fish fast water (throats tailouts walking runs) i feel that my indicator is raging ahead with the faster top current and i am not penetrating the bottom. this is especially evident in tailouts where the indicator must go into the riffle before the offering reaches the tailout. 2. I feel like i am dragging the flies behind the indicator. Should i be looking for a more swing type aproach where the flies are doing a crescent type )motion rather than a straight line l perpendicular to the rod tip? 3. How in the heck do you achieve a "right angle" indicator drift. I feel like i would have to put a brick on my line to get it directly under the indicator. DO i need to stagger the shot like the float fisherman do. Is this only applicable to slow pools? 4. If i buy you a bunch of beers will you teach me all you know about steelheading? jk (no but really i will) IS it the rig? is it the technique? should i ditch the indicator for all but "right angle" drifting.