dry fly

NOUN
  1. a fly (fisherman's lure) that skims the surface of the water
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  • Yes | No | Report from jerry k wrote 1 year 3 weeks ago definatly a size 16 copper john in the nymph catagory, a size 22 jujubee for a midge, and for a dry fly a tie between a orange stimulator and a bwo thorax. What's your favorite fly?
  • Gray Drakes are the best dry fly on the Muskegon River.
  • Traditional dry fly fishing while wading is thought to be done upstream ... The Answer Line is Open...
  • I tied flies commercially for years, and worked into a basic hook inventory that consisted of dry fly hooks, nymph hooks, scud hooks, streamer hooks, and a few specialty hooks.
  • I tied flies commercially for years, and worked into a basic hook inventory that consisted of dry fly hooks, nymph hooks, scud hooks, streamer hooks, and a few specialty hooks.
  • Slice the hackle of a dry fly at an angle to make it ride low and on its side, cut off the tail to make its abdomen sink, remove one wing, or cut them both to stubs to imitate an insect stuck in its nymphal shuck. 10 Ways to Fool Smart Trout
  • Late Qing Dynasty weak powers, sorry, dry fly, such as blood - sucking mosquitoes.
  • Wet and dry fly, and dapping accounted for all of the fish.
  • I tied flies commercially for years, and worked into a basic hook inventory that consisted of dry fly hooks, nymph hooks, scud hooks, streamer hooks, and a few specialty hooks.
  • The Arundell Arms Hotel in Devon runs a variety of courses in wet and dry fly fishing for salmon and trout.
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