You can't see it? That is unfortunate as the essence of dry fly fishing is stealth and presentation. There are always easy fish regardless of the technique. The skill in dry fly only fishing is knowing where and when, regardless of the conditions, to find those spots where fish will take on top. My very best dry fly fishing often comes in high discolored water when most anglers who do not understand how to take advantage of the conditions resort to nymph or bucktail. Pink post Klink or Lt. Cahill dry fly both work in the hands of a skilled angler when the situation is tough. Every method is easy and every method is difficult. It is really of concern to the angler doing the fishing and no one else.Would it be too controversial to say that fishing with a bright fluorescent posted Klinkhamer on a short line is rather easy? I'm struggling to see where the "skill" is in this fishing style?