- Today's my purpose was definitely to enjoy dry fly fishing for rise.
Then I found one, though it looked not stable.
I decided to try there first. After a few casts, I felt something heavy just before I picked my midge dry fly up. Fortunately I had a luck accidentally around 6:30PM, but it was not my target rise...
Although I waited another rise, I couldn't see any. So I moved to upstream.
I had to change the tactics to nymphing, because there was not any rise.
During my nymphing, one fish rose and sip tiny something very close to me! I stepped back slowly with care, and changed it to midge dry fly again.
After changing dry patten several times, he took it finally(around 8:30PM).
He was average, but strong one. Maybe strong flow supported him. I was glad to have it just as I intended.
I could catch three more fish all by midge dry pattern at same side channel. It was about 9:10PM for the last one.
I really satisfied with them. Thanks a lot!