Dry Fly Fishing

Dry Fly Fishing

Dry fly trout fishing is the essence of our sport
Without a doubt, watching a trout rise to your floating offering is arguably the best form of our sport. It’s visual, hope-inspiring and intimate. Although one can catch a trout with a casually cast dry fly, the best medicine comes in the form of an earned trout. An accurate cast that results in a subtle presentation of your offering is the key ingredient to success. To do this right, you’ll need a balanced, efficient and accurate collection of gear. Might we suggest the items below?

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Dry fly fishing is the essence of the sport and the best way to spend a day on the water.

Price: $579.99
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Catching trout on a dry fly is arguably the purest form of the sport, not to mention the most fun.

Price: $349.99
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The Diesel 3/4 presents our vision of what a light trout reel should be.

Price: $249.99
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Statistics are 90% of rods breaks occur in the tip section. Make sure you get an extra tip for your Red Truck Diesel 486-4 Dry Fly Rod.

Price: $40
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This little guy puts the necessities at your fingertips. Attach it to one strap of your waders, wader belt, chest or waist pack, kit bag, the possibilities are endless.

Price: $15
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Regardless of what fish you're chasing, every angler needs a pair of forceps. Trust us.

Price: $10.99
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You'll need on of these if you plan on fishing for anything.

Price: $13.95
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