What is a Flying Treble hook?
Sea Trout are infamous for coming short and nibbling at the tail of your fly and not 'taking' the fly. The Flying Treble is a solution for this problem by positioning a secondary hook which 'flies' behind the tail of the pattern. By presenting a classic Sea Trout pattern with a Flying Treble you will ensure a greater percentage of hooking.
The Flying Treble is attached to the front hook by fine wire or strong nylon which isn't too heavy nor too large a gauge. It must be sufficiently stiff enough to support the treble and avoid tangling or wrap itself around the front hook whilst casting.
Flies relating to Flying Treble
Flying Treble is mentioned in 6 flies within our catalogue. Of course, there are most likely more flies relating to this, but here is just a sample of the patterns: