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Old 01-12-2008, 10:37 AM
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Default Re: Wet Vs. Dry

Hi Chris,

I have to say most of the time that I fish dry flies is when I use a big old dry fly with a dropper nymph. Most of the time I will catch the fish on the nymph. Now if there are hoppers on the water I will use a hooper imitations or a Stimulator with no dropper. What it comes down to is what are the fish feeding on. If the fish are surface feeding and it is obvious, I would try to match the hatch. It doesn't make sense to fish sub-surface when the fish are slurping flies all around you. I do have to say that I find sub-surface the most productive.

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