At Chile West we’ve lots of options when it comes to fishing. From floating big rivers to walking small streams and … let’s not forget many lakes to fish as well.
Damselflies and dragonflies are in abundance as most lakes have reed beds around the edges and this is ideal habitat for these insects. The nymphs crawl up the reeds to hatch and dry their wings before taking flight and the fish jump right up and pick them off. Low-flying suspects are often picked off in mid air.
Both dries and nymphs work well and fishing these dry patterns can be very rewarding to say the least.