Flies of Ireland – Wet Flies – Page 1 of 2

Flies of Ireland – Wet Flies – Page 1 of 2

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  • Trout do most of their feeding underwater &  anglers will catch more trout on wet flies & nymphs
  • Rivers are flowing high & cold, there is little or no surface activity & fish are eating larval insects
  • Wet flies are ideal in these conditions because they imitate the larval insects that fish are hunting
  • The nice thing about fishing wet flies is that they can be fished anywhere you find trout & by using many different methods of presenting the fly to the fish
  • There is no set right or wrong way to fish these flies
  • Fishing wet flies to a rising fish during a hatch can many times be more productive than fishing a dry
  • These flies can be fished upstream dead drift, upstream with imparted motion, across stream dead drift & across with imparted action, as well as the traditional down & across with the wet-fly swing
  • Selection of Flies/variants & Sizes
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