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Old 01-03-2008, 07:11 PM
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Default Re: Dry presentation

they r stripping to keep the line tight and have less slack. they don't want the fly to drift unnatural. let it drift natural with the river with no drag from you.. kinda like nymph fishing a lil. although in slower water I have been real successful with very small lil tugs(don't sink the fly) to make it look like its a struggling insect. this works great especially when using terrestrial patterns.
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