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Thread: How and arrow cast with a dropper?

  1. #1
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    Question How and arrow cast with a dropper?

    To me the only thing more enjoyable than doing a bow and arrow cast with a dry fly perfectly, is doing a bow and arrow cast with a dry fly and catching a fish. But lately Iíve been wondering about putting a dropper on as well. To be perfectly honest Iím a bit of a clutz and Iím not certain I should try it. I donít like stitches ☹️ Iíve never tried it with 2 flies before, it has really rained and all our creeks are blown out right now and I was just wondering if any of you guys did bow and arrow cast with 2 flies or not.

    just curious,
    hNt
    ďA man fishing for minnows, no matter how beautiful the minnow, is not after fish.Ē
    A man called Boomer

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    It works the same, don’t sweat it.

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    You can always practice in the back yard while you wait for the rivers to level out.

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    Always hold the very back of the hook bend. My grandpa taught me how to bow and arrow cast long before anyone called it that. And he did it with conventional gear and a lucky 13 popper with 3 trebles...... Fly hooks are too small to require stitches.

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