241: 8 Places to Cast Your Dry Fly

Dry fly fishing is one of the great joys of the sport. One key element of success is where you cast your dry fly. It’s both art and skill.

In this episode, we identify the eight places where you should cast your dry fly. None of this is new, but the episode is a good reminder about the importance about where you cast your dry fly.

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One Reply to “241: 8 Places to Cast Your Dry Fly”

  1. Nice podcast. You pretty much covered it all. I have only one more spot for you to try . That is where any small stream or brook enters the bigger stream you are fishing. Right where the two meet especially in warmer months can produce several fish. My belief as to why that could be . Colder more oxygenated water enters the larger stream and trout seek that spot for just that reason during warmer water conditions. . Give it a try you might be surprised.

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