Dry Fly Fisheries

warrenslaney

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I'm not looking for places where the keeper allows wets to be used when its hard, or places where 'gentlemen' may cast nymphs, nor those spots where the rule is abandoned after the mayfly, but I would appreciate info on other dry fly only river fisheries in England please.

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d28

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Hi ! I don't know mate but i'm fishing in the past in Eire with my spanish old dry flies and I caught two. :D

Try this, hope you understand me. Tying your hook with dubbing green olive, after jump your dubbing fly with flattened green phosphorescent like this (https://betoven333.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/dscf3209.jpg) ... with appropriate inch to your hook. Finally tying legged in the top with deer hair (direcction forward). Here in Spain you put this fly in the water and don't float more of 3 seconds. :cool:
 

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