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Old 01-20-2008, 10:51 AM
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Default Re: Wet Vs. Dry

Wet fly fishing, being more the TRADITIONAL form is great. I don't limit myself to any one form, however. I fish DRIES, I fish NYMPHS, and I fish WETS (wets being more a soft hackle)
I do find wet flies are the most productive though. Even with fish rising.

Like the rest of you, I will put on a dry and then put a dropper of a Nymph, or Emerger, Or a pupa, But, sometimes just sticking a wet fly on (like a wet royal coachman or even a small softhackle) I will find fish in spots that I thought were fished out.

There is truely four forms here.
1. Dry
2. Wets
3. Nymphs
4. Streamers

And I guess I am a Jack of All Trades and a Master of None, so I keep practicing....WAHOO!
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