Dry fly fishing for salmon can result in high blood pressure - now you have been warned! Nothing is more exciting than seeing a salmon breaking the surface and closing its mouth around a dry fly.
When you have tried this once, a lifetime addiction is born, that is a promise!
For the past 20 years, 40% of my salmon fishing in the summertime has consisted of fishing flies on the surface. I have tried many different patterns over the years. The dry fly patterns we present to you here are the patterns that have proven themselves outstanding, under many different conditions.
All our dry flies are tied in Canada; by a Canadian fly tier whose life has been all about dry fly fishing. The passion and the knowledge he has for dry fly fishing can’t be described in words! This is also the reason why we had our flies tied by him – we only want the best out there and in the highest quality! He made that happen.
The most important choice you have to make in picking the right dry fly for the day (based on the pool you are fishing, the depth of it, and the speed of the water) is the size of the fly.