Dry flies are designed to be buoyant and float on the surface of the water. They represent the adult form of aquatic or terrestrial insects. These flies are used in a wide range of fisheries from streams and rivers to lakes. Dry flies are commonly used in a tandem rig, with a second fly trailing behind using a section of tippet. There is nothing more exciting than getting a trout to take a fly off the surface.
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The Umpqua Elk Caddis Tan is a very popular fly fishing pattern