How to avoid micro drag with dry flies and nymphs (56 of 56)
Drag on a dry fly or nymph can be insidious when fly fishing. Sometimes it is barely visible to the fly fisher, either on a visible dry fly or on an indicator when nymph fishing. But it can be enough to cause a trout to refuse your fly. Learn how to recognize this tricky "micro-drag" and how to avoid it
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