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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > April 2013 > Five Dry-Fly Tips for Trout
As the spring dry-fly season is now upon us, I am reminded of some simple tips that have helped me over the years. After all, there’s nothing quite like the sensation of watching a trout lurk out of the depths to sip an insect off the surface. That’s “top-of-the-game” fly fishing in my mind, and the reason many anglers (like myself) are enamored with this sport in the first place. Keep these things in mind as you wade out there into the spring hatches, and your odds of hooking up should improve dramatically:
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Kirk Deeter is an editor-at-large with Field & Stream, and he co-wrote The Little Red Book of Fly Fishing with the late Charlie Meyers.
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