In my opinion a dry fly fishing is the most contact and spectacular of all fly methods.
Due to the fact that throughout the entire fishing time the fly is in the angler's sight, dry fly fishing reminds me of classic hunting.
It doesn't matter if we fish grayling in the autumn with small dry flies, trout in the spring with large imitations of Ephemera danica, or chasing taimens somewhere in Mongolia, where we find floating imitations of rodents at the end of the line, or finally on our lowland nearby river, where we want to outsmart the most demanding chubs using large floating imitations of grasshoppers, beetles or stoneflies. Everywhere we need excellently tied imitations, which are appealing to fish due to their shape, color, proportions, properly selected materials and careful crafting.
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