Posted on June 17 2018
- In this article George Daniel addresses the tricky situation of making a downstream presentation with a dry and dropper rig. “The challenging part (at least for me) is that almost all nymphing is done with a downstream presentation, which means that the nymph is downstream of the dry fly and it’s easy for slack to occur between dry and nymph.” Via Orvis.
- In this recent post, Leonard Flemming writes about a fly fishing trip to Iran. From bears and caves to mangar on the fly, “Ultimately, it was the shirbot that made climbing boulders and braving bears worth every mile we searched for fish in the Iranian highlands.”