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A good dry fly line should have a more delicate taper helping the angler land a dry fly soft and accurately. If a line has too much weight in the tip, it will splash and strike the water too aggressively scaring fish or sinking the fly.  While these lines are best utilized for dry flies, they will absolutely cast dry dropper type setups or light strike indicators or small streamers.