About the Daddy Muddler Trout Fly
The Daddy Muddler is a cross between a Muddler fly and a daddy, with the legs being a key feature of this fly.
It is a favourite among fly fishers, particularly in late summer and through the autumn, although its popularity remains throughout the season.
The Daddy Muddler can be fished in a variety of ways, depending on the fishing conditions and the preferences of the angler, and is suitable for both rivers and stillwaters.
When fishing with a floating line, the Daddy Muddler can be retrieved with short, jerky strips or by making small twitches with the rod tip. This creates a tempting, erratic motion that is sure to provoke strikes from fish.
On "busy" water, the Daddy Muddler can be ripped through the waves to create a commotion that mimics the movement of an injured or fleeing prey, making it even more irresistible to fish.
Country of origin for this trout fly: UK
This trout fly is designed to be fished on Dams & Reservoirs, Rivers & Streams, Still Water
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