We all could use a little brush up on dry fly fishing from time to time.
When bugs are hatching and trout are rising to eat those bugs on the surface, dry fly fishing can be some of the best action a fisherman can experience. Takes happen pretty fast and furious and good fish come often. The only problem is knowing where to place your fly to be in the right place at the right time.
In the following video by Reds Fly, you will get some expert advice to help you out the next time you find yourself surrounded by bugs with no idea what to do.
The summer months are fast approaching and bugs are going to hatching like this more regularly all over the country, and not just in trout waters.
Like all things, a little bit of practice goes a long way, especially when it’s all the line to catch a trout…or go home empty-handed.