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QUESTION???

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I was reading the fishing regs handbook this weekend and saw something in there that sparked my curiosity. It stated that an angler may use 3 artificial flies when angling crappies and sunfish and trout and rockbass. Does this mean I could tie on 3 flies onto 1 single line and have them under a bobber or does this only apply to fly fishing? I fish crappies a lot and never thought about trying this technique. Has anyone else tried this? I think it would be pretty effective on some of the lakes I fish and kinda fun to try for the "triple".

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You read them correctly, that is what it means. it is a good tactic on a tough bite. Looks alittle like a pod of bait fish or larvea, works good.

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I am for sure going to give it a try this summer and thanks. Hopefully I can get a triple on the ultra lite.

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Can you bait the hooks, or do they just have to be the flies only?

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