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Fly Tying: Tandem Hooks Worms~Nereids

A tandem hook set up can be used for freshwater, not so freshwater and saltwater. A wiggly, worm/nereids pattern is possible with two stinger type hooks. I was researching various nymph rigging setups and came upon a saltwater multi-fly set up, which led to the tandem hook set up I thought worth sharing. It provides a worthy fly pattern for various species of fish. A smaller version of Derek Fergus’ MOAL pattern.

Scorpion Worm c/o Surf-Perch.net (SwittersB)

TUTORIAL FROM GLOBAL FLYFISHER (REAL RAG WORM, Kasper Mühlbach)



1 Response to “Fly Tying: Tandem Hooks Worms~Nereids”


  1. 1 SwittersB
    November 28, 2010 at 21:37

    Well could be a snag, or a short striker is nailed.

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