to lift a couple of metres to take the large dry fly.
You can see that the dry-dropper really lends itself well to fishing in the back country, particularly in the slightly smaller tributaries of the main rivers. In the evenings the technique can be used with a smaller dry and an unweighted nymph on large pools during hatches. Sometimes the fish are feeding on emergers and just bulge the surface instead of taking the adults off the top. During these hatches a small dry becomes a very good sight indicator and having the nymph just under the