Dry Fly Fishing from a Boat Mandates that we Unlearn If you’re like me, you started flyfishing with your feet on the substrate. The fundamentals of the dead drifted dry fly presentation were learned via walk and wade excursions. In fact, where I was reared, fishing from a floating device was largely prohibited. We used boats as taxis to access wadeable banks, islands, and gravel bars. From there, we learned the nuances of presentation on our feet, which generally involved casting upstream or cross-stream to rising fish. Upon moving to Montana, where boats became the primary means of the angling platform, I realized my skill set was working against me. Simply, I didn’t understand that I needed to aim downstream.…Read More
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