Two-fly combos are a staple for many fly fishers. Whether fishing nymphs or dries, rigging up with two flies (the top fly and the dropper or trailer) often increases the odds of success. This is especially true when fishing nymphs in the spring or fall spawning season. We often will tie on an egg pattern as our top fly and then drop a nymph, such as a beadhead Copper John or beadhead pheasant tail. Click now to listen to “Our Favorite Two Fly Combos”
Listen now to “Our Favorite Two Fly Combos”
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What are your two-fly combos? Obviously, everything depends on when and where you’re fishing, but what are some of your go-to rigs?
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