Trout Dry Flies

Typically trout dry flies imitate many different natural flies from mayflies, caddis, sedge, damsel, flying ants & midges. A dry fly is typically cast as a single fly on a tapered leader which turns the dry fly in the cast allowing it to gently fall on the water like the natural insect it imitates. However New Zealand rigs using a buoyant fly with buzzers or nymphs suspended under is a really useful technique at times.

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