I just did a Pale Ale with my backyard Cascades and Nuggets. Here are the details
. It was a 10 gal batch I bittered with Chinook and Centennial pellets and did a 1 hour "hopstand" @ 170F after flame out with 6 oz wet Cascade and 3 oz wet Nugget. The hops were pretty dry, so I was thinking more of a 3:1 or 4:1 type ratio.
I fermented half with WLP001 and half with WLP002. I haven't updated my recipe post with this info yet, but the flavor after fermentation was great for both batches. Nothing grassy at all. The WLP002 batch had more fruity flavor, but the hop character was good in both and had an almost minty type of taste, but not in a bad way. Maybe more like minty-freshness
I then dry hopped the WLP002 batch with 1.5oz Cascade pellets and 1.5oz Centennial pellets. It is carbed up and I've been drinking it, but I think it needs another week to get the optimal flavor. I'm happy with it
I wet hopped the WLP001 batch with 6oz Nugget and 4oz Cascade wet hops. I did this in a corny keg with dip screen around 70-73 deg for 1 week. This was a little ballsy (the hops weren't completely dry so I went with a 5:1 ratio), and now I know what people mean by getting grassy flavors. Its not carbbed yet, but its pretty difficult to drink.
The beer finished really dry (1.007 !!) which really accentuates the hop forwardness, and I'm getting a real green grass chlorophyll-y taste from it, and its not tasting very good. I don't know if you ever tasted liquid chlorophyll or blue-green algae, but its something similar to that. I'm hoping as it gets properly carbed and sits for a bit it will get better.
So I would be careful wet hopping (dry hopping with wet hops). I probably used way too much for a 5 gal batch, but I also don't think Nugget is a great choice for an aromatic dry hop anyway. I would have had a nice beer without dry or wet hopping, but had the hops to use. I didn't have to pay anything for the hops, so I really just used what I had. Good luck