Here Dave discusses three ways to set up a dry-and-dropper rig, outlining the pros and cons of each. His final set up may be new to a lot of you, and once you see it, you’ll understand its utility. The way both the dry and the nymph can move independently is ingenious.
Ken is an avid fisherman of 40+ years who loves to explore and is on a quest to map the best places for fly fishing in America. He created DIY Fly Fishing and the DIY Fly Fishing App to share this information and help you find new places to fish. Have a question? You can get in touch with Ken here.
DIY Fly Fishing Sweepstakes Winner and User Feedback – October 2017
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