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Tippets: Examining the Two-Fly Rig, Interview with Jim Teeny

A two-fly rig is often used as a technique to up your odds of success on the water. However,  “before automatically adding another fly to your leader, consider your reasons for doing so,” writes John Juracek. “If it’s only because … more ?
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