The rig

Rigging three flies on a long leader - with an example of a classical team.

Photo/illustration: Martin Joergensen ©2015

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From: Full name and email anonymized  Link
Submitted January 27th 2013

Try using a blood knot making the tag ends extra long. A neat way to add flies & vary tippet size as well.

From: Inderk · aftma5·at·  Link
Submitted July 11th 2007

I saw how Ronny caught the trouts. I tried to catch fish on the same time and same water on a different way.
I used streamers, nymps, dry flies nothing worked...... I am convinced now I saw how good this method worked!
Thanks for sharing the tip

From: Ronny · ronnykoeling·at·  Link
Submitted July 9th 2007

I've used this rig, with as top fly a big sedge as attractor, a diawl back as middle dropper-nymph and an buzzer as pointfly. It worked well (I only once threw everything in a enormous knot...). Caught two rainbows in a few minutes time.

Thanks for the tip.
the Netherlands

From: Adam Richmond · sanda.richmond·at·  Link
Submitted March 30th 2006

Great! Thanks for the tips, regards, Adam

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