Definition of wet fly in English:

wet fly

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noun

An artificial fishing fly designed to sink below the surface of the water.
More example sentences
  • Nymph or wet fly fishing is more three-dimensional; dry fly is 2 - D.
  • To be a successful all-round grayling angler you need a selection of dry flies, nymphs and wet flies.
  • Boat anglers similar methods and also wet flies, wickhams, soldier palmer, silver invicta on floating/intermediate sinking lines, try orange, black, gold and silver lures.

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