Cast at a 45-degree angle upstream. Mend. Allow the fly to drift without dragging.
Honestly, that sounds like an ideal situation. The stereotypical dry fly presentation is fun. However, there are plenty of times when the fish or the setting are anything but stereotypical. So… what now?
In this episode I share three dry fly fishing techniques that might help. If you have ever encountered situations where the fish aren’t playing ball, you can’t get into “proper” casting position, or you need a little help seeing your fly – you might benefit from this podcast.