Works well. I also carry some fluorescent foam sheet materials- and will use a small square of this above a small fly like a midge. I find it has less action on the smaller fly during really tricky situations- yet you can still see it on the water.What is your opinion of running two dry flies?
I'd only use two dries in slower water, so I can see what's happening. Small flies aren't needed in fast water around here. Trout need to make fast decisions in fast water and we can get away with bigger flies. I can see those fine.
I'm only speaking for my waters and myself. Don't get all spunky on me if you disagree.
On Pa freestoners 9-11 bite this time of year is the sz14-16 BWO hatch; especially on overcast days. On slicker runs, flatter water use a parchute pattern. Sometimes a para-Adams works better than the ubiquitous olive dubbed, dun hackled version.I was fishing from 8am to 3pm. Most action risers around 9 to 11am. Going back from 8am to 11am tomorrow.