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So what is dry fly fishing?
Dry fly fishing is one of the most exciting styles of fly fishing because you actually see the trout come up out of its hiding place to eat your fly. It can be one of the most exciting things to see when fishing—and what typically gets newcomers coming back again and again. The reason it is called dry fly fishing is that your fly, in essence, stays “dry” as it floats on the surface.
In this lesson, we will go over the basics of dry fly fishing and how you can utilize the techniques to land MONSTER TROUT.
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0:16 What Is Dry Fly Fishing?
0:49 When Is The Best Time To Dry Fly Fish?
1:19 Fundamentals – Rod Set Up
1:39 Tips On The Leader and How To Straighten It
2:48 Attach The Fly To The End Of Your Tippet Or Leader
3:35 What To Look For When Searching For Rising Fish?
4:30 Cast & Fly Presentation
5:13 How Do We Want The Fly To Hit The Water?
5:29 How Do We Make The Fly Hit The Water Gently (Soft Landing)
6:03 Where Do You Want To Cast The Fly?
6:37 What To Do If The Dry Fly Starts To Sink