fredag 6 februari 2015

DRY FLIES - RECONSIDERED

THE STARLING AND MAGPIE



          What makes a fly either a dry fly or a wet fly? Isn't it depending on where you fish with it? Either on, or under the surface of the water. Flies designed to stay in the surface, partly submerged and partly above the surface, aren't this kind of flies called emergers? That arises the question: What do you call a fly that can be used as either one of the types of flies mentioned above? A dry, wet or emerger fly. I'll leave it for you to ponder over.


TO BE CONTINUED ...


Kind Greetings,
Mats Olsson

2 kommentarer:

Mark sa...

A fly you can fish many ways is a good fly whatever you call it!

The Jassid Man sa...

Yes, you are quite right, if the ultimate judge (the fish) readily gulps it wherever in or on the water it may be found.