wet fly


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fisherman's fly that floats under the surface of the water

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At the 600-acre Draycote Water, 581 anglers caught 1,717 rainbow trout which weighed out at 3,511 lbs - the largest of these weighed in at 11lb 12oz for Nottingham boat angler A Dobson who used an orange fritz wet fly.
The East Walker is primarily a nymphing and streamer-pattern (a wet fly meant to mimic forage fish) river most of the year,'' he said.
Although fish were rising it was early in the season, so Brian suggested we use wet fly and nymph.
Nantmoel Reservoir 07866 428744 The Aberdare AA controlled lake is fishing well and traditional wet fly patterns teamed with an intermediate line have accounted for a lot of trout.
Ray Hill returned 9 trout to a small Muddler and traditional wet fly patterns.
If you don't hook your quarry - you will get many unsuccessful offers - your boat partner fishing a traditional wet fly stands a good chance of nabbing the riser.
He'd missed the first two classes and joined us for the third - a lesson on dressing a Pheasant Tail wet fly.
With the brown trout season closing on Friday (September 30) anglers taking advantage of the last few days' fishing for wild brown trout at Cow Green have enjoyed exceptional sport on both dry and wet fly patterns.
Defending champ Hatten was another of those who lost his wet fly early, then spent much of the day casting over pools holding large fish that refused to come to the surface.
LOCKWOOD BECK remains in lively mood, with Graham Hill taking 14 fish on a palmered wet fly.
Leicester angler Mr A McDonald caught a 7lbs 2oz rainbow last weekend and this week Hereford angler John Betteridge fished from the boat at the Farborough Spit and caught an eight fish limit bag weighing 24lbs, his best brace each scaled in at 7lbs 8oz and fell to the GRHE wet fly.
One of the best combinations is to use a nymph as the tail fly (tied to the end of the tippet), a wet fly or emerger pattern in the middle and a dry at the top.
Tenders are invited for transportation of wet fly ash from m/s.
Best to try wet fly or nymph fishing by casting upstream with short casts in the style developed by Czech anglers.
Come spring, the custom on rivers like the Teifi and Usk is to fish a wet fly downriver - allowing the fly to swing across the current in the hope a fish will find it irresistible.