Traditional Dry Flies

I would probably need more time than I have at present to do Dry Fly fishing justice so I will be updating this as soon as I can.

Traditional Dry Flies

Adams Irrisistable is a very successful pattern in the United States, and it has crossed the pond with similar success, it is one of those almost unsinkable flies, and when there is slight chop on the water surface, retrieving it through it creates a slight wake which the feeding fish cannot resist.
Adams Irrisistable is a very...
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The Alder floats high on the water and is good interpretation of the real insect for the best results it should be fished near overhanging trees, bushes and reeds, where alder flies often fall in the water, its also a very good caddis substitute.
The Alder floats high on the water...
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Black Gnat most likely evolved as a dry fly adaptation of a very old British wet fly pattern. Whatever its origins, it has been a standby fly of dry fly anglers for decades. It is a great dry fly for early morning or late evening fishing, or on overcast days when the dark silhouette seems to be...
Black Gnat most likely evolved as a...
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