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Most bullfrogs agree. Two flies are better than one.
Jimmy Dobes at Mahoney’s reports that “dry and dropper is the name of the game” for fly fishers on Tennessee trout waters this week.
The concept is simple: a surface fly trailed by a bead-head nymph. Up and down. It literally doubles your chances. And it works on both tailwater rivers as well as on mountain trout streams.
Read the expanded version of this report in the print edition of the Times-News or its enhanced electronic edition.