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Started by 68camaro, April 21, 2020, 05:58:35 AM
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Quote from: Dougfish on April 21, 2020, 06:10:45 AMWelcome to the low rent district. And shit show. I'll take the blame for your demise since I shared a link here. I fish weighted nymphs or streamers for trout 75% of the time. No mater what size of water.Esp. fall through spring. 15% dry/dropper. 10% dry only.
Quote from: 68camaro on April 21, 2020, 05:58:35 AMHi, new member here out of Richmond. I have only been focused on small stream fishing in central va for last year or so. I am currently third week into work-at-home directive and we are told to slow down business so I have lots of time on my hands.Lately, I have been concentrating on dry flies. I am catching them and miss a bunch as well but I am finding the little guys. Occasionally will get bigger brookie or even 9" brown but rare.I think I could do better and was wondering if I should be doing more nymph/midge "wet" fly fishing. I do know that trout eat more subsurface than on the top. So the question I was wondering is, how much time do you spend wet versus dry fly fishing?
Quote from: Big J on April 21, 2020, 09:07:27 AMIf you aren't fishing dries 100% of the time, are you even fly fishing?
Quote from: Stone-Man on April 21, 2020, 11:16:14 AMLet the creek tell you what to throw. If you can't buy a dry bite in 30 minutes or so.--- put your nymph on. I dry fly a lot because I enjoy it more than a sinking bug - Personal preference , but I am not going to die on a dry once the creek tells me that it ain't a floaty bug day JT
Quote from: driver on April 21, 2020, 15:55:04 PMOf all the places on the internet.. You ended up here. People must really have nothing else to do.
Quote from: ryguy on April 21, 2020, 12:22:31 PMWhere are you from in Richmond?