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Midge, CDC, Peacock

Midge, CDC, Peacock

Peacock with CDC put this fly among the very best adult midge patterns available. It works well when fished early in a midge hatch or when midges are available to trout but not mating. Larger sizes also work well for fish taking chironomids on lakes.

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Midge CDC Peacock Dispatches

Tactics for Fishing Small Dry Flies

For some fly fishers, catching a trout on a small dry fly is the penultimate experience. Fishing a size 20 or smaller dry fly to a finicky trout is such a challenge that there are some anglers who prefer that type of fishing above all others.One of the biggest problems about fishing small dry flies ... (Publication: Missoulian)

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Dreaming of Catching Sewin with a Dry Fly

angling MOC MORGAN AND HOPING CELTIC SEA TROUT PROJECT WILL BE A SUCCESS EVERY angler has a dream. Mine is to take a salmon on the dry fly. I often envisage myself casting a dry fly - preferably a Sunfly from the Dai Lewis stable - and seeing a salmon rise up from the depths to take it. I have, on ... (Publication: Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales))

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Dry Fly Buzzes Back in the Fray

In the past decade the dry fly has made a dramatic gain in popu-larity. Time was when few anglers would dream of using a dry fly as it was considered the prerogative of the crachach (posh people). Now, most anglers will give it a go if they see a fish taking a fly off the surface. However, it is ... (Publication: Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales))

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Dry fly day; On Wisconsin's Kinnickinnic River, brown trout can be fooled by fly fishermen during the `light Hendrickson' mayfly hatch. But to hook these fish, anglers must make accurate casts.(SPORTS)

1/3 Trout, mayfly and man converged on the Kinnickinnic River the other day. One lurked and darted among the stream's clear riffles. Another rose to life on the "Kinni"'s surface and sprouted wings before mating and descending quickly into death's void. The men? They moved amid the stream's clear ... (Publication: Star Tribune (Minneapolis, MN))

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A seasonal blowout/ Wind frustrates Arkansas dry-fly casting, but drifting nymphs is worth the effort

TEXAS CREEK - Dry humor rules the day on the Arkansas River in spring. "I think I'll try a dry fly" Roger Hill said, replacing a wind- knotted leader tippet, watching the rings of a rising brown trout ripple across a shallow flat near the far bank."The wind's finally letting up." Moments before, it ... (Publication: The Gazette (Colorado Springs, CO))

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TROUT BUMS -- Dry-fly nobbery comes and goes

For years after I started fly-fishing, I always fished dry. I mean, I fished on top, not that I wasn't drinking. (I wasn't, but that's not what I meant.) It wasn't that I was a dry-fly snob; back then, if I wanted to fish deep, I just got out my spinning outfit and used it. I put away my spinning ... (Publication: Yakima Herald-Republic)

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