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Old 05-26-2005, 07:47 AM
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Originally Posted by striperstripper
It appears to be several ways to tie on droppers,but I would think what works for trout would not be suggested for larger saltwater game fish or steelhead or salmon?
Absolutely correct. For instance, I would NEVER recommend my method of tying on the second fly for saltwater fishing, or even for big freshwater fish. It creates a weak point at the first knot since you're putting stress on it in a way it wasn't designed for. But for trout or panfish, it's perfectly fine.

I honestly don't use droppers for big fish. I only use them for fishing for trout.
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