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Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Kingston, Pennsylvania
Tater is spot on, bluegills hit dry flies hard and are a blast, you can have fun while practicing your casting, just remember to concentrate somewhat on your casting, lol.
But depending upon our weather outlook and precipitation many trout streams may get too warm in a couple weeks or sooner so give them a try too before the water temps hit 70 degrees or higher.
And remember, when things get aggravating just slow down, or stop, and think about what you're doing. With fly casting you can develop your own style, see what works and what doesn't work, learn by doing, and experimenting.