This week tips once again features r.b. wright outdoors ProStaff member Gordon Vanderpool. Gordon discusses the "Dry Dropper Rig" that he fishes quite often this time of year. While fishing with Gordon, we saw a tremendous amount of activity on the water surface -- several trout "sipping" flies as they drifted over. However, the bite was slacking off and Gordon noted that although it appears that the fish are feeding on the surface, this is actually only accounting for about 20% of the activity. To prove his point, Gordon switches to the "Dry Dropper Rig" and immediately began catching trout again. As we have said in the past - this is a sport of adaptability and Gordon understands this better than anyone I know.
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