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Fly Fishing Gear, Tackle and Trout Flies - Dyberry Creek
We are recommending a 4 or 5 weight, floating fly line for all of the fishing on Dyberry Creek.
There are some anglers that prefer a 6 weight fly floating fly line for heavier nymphs and
Leaders should range in sizes from a 0X for streamers up to a 6X for midges and small dry
flies. Lengths ranging from nine feet up to twelve feet in length are suggested.
Extra tippet material ranging from 0X to 6X should be available for the leaders we list above.
We suggest either a 4, 5 or 6 weight fly rod for each line size you choose to fish. That will
handle about anything you will catch from Dyberry Creek. It should have a medium fast to fast
action and be nine feet in length.
The fly reel you use for the 4, 5 or 6 weight line should be light and have good drags,
preferably disc drags, There are some 18 inch brown trout in Dyberry Creek. You don't want to
loose a nice brown trout because of a poor or rough operating drag.
I wouldn't want to wade without waders even if the water was warm enough. You would be
handicapped severely without them.
Felt soles would be our choice. The new rubber soles may work well. We haven't tried them
The water is not really bad enough for us to say a wading staff should be used. We would call
We always recommend "Perfect Fly" Trout Flies. We have specific imitations of everything that
trout eat in the Dyberry Creek. The flies are not only as realistic as you will find on the
commercial market, they are the most effective at catching its selective, holdover brown trout.
Our imitations of specific species of mayfly, caddisfly, midge and stonefly nymphs in all stages
of life, have proven to be very effective in this creek.. If you haven't done so already, we want
to encourage you to give them a try.
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