Dry Fly Fishing

How Do You Fish With Two Flies?

Many anglers take to YouTube or go on a guided trip to learn new techniques, and much of that is centered around fishing two flies.  It might be simplistic to say, “two flies are better than one,” but the fact is many times it’s true!  Having multiple patterns out there...

What are Tippet Rings Used For?

Every now and then there are new accessories or techniques that come into fly fishing and truly change the sport.  Simple as it may be, the tippet ring surely falls into this category.  It’s become a mainstay for guides and DIY anglers alike, and the benefits of using them far...

Fly Fishing Midge Dry Flies in the Winter

When anglers think of winter fly fishing, it’s not often that dry flies come to mind.  Rare is the January or February day when we ditch weights and indicators in favor of fly float and parachute dries.  They do happen, however, and the ambitious fly fisher can catch trout on...

Summertime Western Hatches for Trout

Once runoff subsides, it’s game on for anglers in the Western U.S. as they flock to their favorite trout waters.  With flows receding and water warming, bugs start popping across the Rockies and trout feed hungrily to take advantage of this brief feeding frenzy.  The dry fly action is not...

How to Fish Terrestrials for Trout

Once mid-June hits, the big hatches in the Eastern U.S. are mostly done, leaving anglers looking for the next thing to keep getting their dry fly fix.  For most, the attention should then turn towards terrestrials in the form of ants, beetles, and hoppers.  There is some sporadic caddis, midge,...

Three Early Season Dry-Dropper Rigs for Trout

Much of our time is spent staring at strike indicators or sighter tippet waiting for the slightest sign of movement, so any chance to throw dry flies is a welcome change of pace!  There’s obviously nothing wrong with throwing nymph rigs since they catch so many fish, but there’s something...

How to Catch Trout on Caddis Flies

Anglers who experience their first big caddis hatch aren’t soon to forget the event.  There are surely stronger hatches with bigger bugs that occur throughout the season, but few are as reliable as the caddis.  Unseasonal rain or cold can throw bug events like the green drake or sulphurs, but...

3 Dry Flies for Winter Trout

While winter might not be synonymous with solid dry fly fishing, there are still plenty of opportunities to catch fish on top when the weather is cold!  One of the biggest knocks on wintertime fly fishing is that it’s often long days spent watching indicators.  The dry fly action certainly...

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