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Creeper trout fly patterns

Description Creeper trout fly patterns are an essential part of the fly box. These ugly aquatic nymphs are found throughout NZ though are most common in North Island waters where they make a sizeable proportion of the trouts diet. Anyone wading barefoot will at some time have found out why they are also known as toe-biters. Sizes 12 - 14

Creeper

Toe-biter

Clays Creeper

Dobson Fly Creeper


Art of Fly Fishing Calendars,
1998-2007

© Michael Scheele

Use Creeper trout fly are fished deep in both running and still waters.
Type Nymph
Also known as Also known as Dobsonflies or Toe-biters
See also

Dobsonfly creeper
Creeper bait

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