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Muppits trout fly

Description Muppits trout fly are egg patterns and very like the globugs. They are fished along the strem bed where they imitate eggs that have been caught in the rivers flow. They appear irristible to trout.

Muppits
Art of Fly Fishing Calendar, 1999
© Michael Scheele

Use Fish as close to the bottom as possible and allow to drift as natually as possible along the river bed. It's usual to fish them in tandem with a heavier nymph Such as an epoxy nymph to sink them to where the fish are. Takes can be very soft and easy to miss.
Type Nymph
Related flies Globugs
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