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ActionDisc - Rigging Trolling Files and Tube Flies

ActionDiscs allow you to cast tube flies or trolling flies with a spinning rod just like you would a spoon or spinner.

Put a sliding egg weight on your line, slide on the ActionDisc and tie on your faviorite fly. This has become one of my faviorite lures for trout and bass.

The SlideLock stopper enables you adjust the distance between the fly and the disc allowing you to "tune" the action of the fly. Click the SlideLock link for details.

Rigging Salmon Lures with ActionDiscs.
tube fly instructions
Plastic or foam beads are
typically used to space the
hook to the tail of the fly to eliminate short strikes.
A second SlideLock stopper
can be used instead of beads
to speed rigging.
trout baits-Rufus Woods Special

Spin Casting

Once you use ActionDiscs with streamer flies on a spinning rod you won't want to go back to spinners and spoons. Just slide an egg sinker on the line, slide on the disc and tie on the fly. Unlike a spoon or spinner you can let the fly sink to the bottom of deep holes, twitch it a few times then reel it slowly in.

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