Well it’s April the sun is shining and the wind has dropped, it’s not really warm but a lot warmer than it has been for around a month so I thought this could be the day for some dry fly sport, I walked a long the river watching and waiting to see some activity, but nothing after around half an hour I thought stuff this I WANT TO FISH A DRY so I put on a little olive emerger pattern as I worked my way up the run I really did think I was wasting my time and as the water was still freezing I thought a nymph might be more succesful, I carried on thinking I would swap over after I had finished this run, out of no where something came up and nailed my dry, it seemed quite a nice fish as well, it was a nice brown but still a little slim after all the wintry weather we have had, this gave me a little more confidence to carry on, but after around three quarters of an hour with nothing I swapped over to trio and had 12 other fish but all smaller than the brown trout on the dry.
April 6, 2013
First One On A Dry
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