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    I just finished watching Oliver Edwards "Essential Skills" video on Czech Nymphing, Upstream Nymphing, and North Country Spiders --again...

    In two of the three segments he's nymphing with 3 droppers and in the third he's only using 2 droppers. Question: Is there a park regulation regarding or limiting the number of droppers one can fish from one line? I know there is a specific regulation regarding the minimum length the dropper must be from your "primary" (for lack of a better word) fly, but I'm not sure about the number of droppers you could employ.

    Gerry

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    Gerry:

    If I remember the regs correctly, you are only permitted one dropper in addition to your regular fly.

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    The information that Byron has posted under "fishing information" on this web site states "ONLY artificial flies or lures with a single hook may be used. Dropper flies may be used. Up to two flies on a leader."
    May you be knee deep in a stream with a smile on your face and a tug on your line.

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