5 Deadly Daddies & Hoppers For Autumn Still Waters

5 Deadly Daddies & Hoppers For Autumn Still Waters


As the leaves begin to turn and the temperature cools, rainbows will start to venture closer to the shore to pick of the Daddies & Hoppers blown on from the surrounding vegetation. Few rainbows can resist the temptation of a Daddy drifting in the surface film. Fly fishing on the surface through Autumn is very effective and is a worthwhile tactic even if there are no obvious rises.  Here are some deadly patterns to pull your string this Autumn

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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