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Old 12-30-2009, 12:08 PM
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Hi guy's,

Similar to the picric cruncher but a different style, this ones aimed at smutting trout high in the water.

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Fred, I have got to learn UK stillwater jargon.
Just define what smutting is? (my guess, surface or subsurface feeding.)
You may want to start a 'definition' post for UK meanings.
I do know what a buzzer is though!

BTW keep these patterns coming. Also some of the UK style of stillwater fishing. Rods- length, line types. Leaders, tippets, lengths.
combination flys. Etc. etc. etc.
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Fred: You have another great looking posted, this is really interesting to see the different flies you fish in the UK!

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Fred, I have got to learn UK stillwater jargon.
Just define what smutting is? (my guess, surface or subsurface feeding.)
You may want to start a 'definition' post for UK meanings.
I do know what a buzzer is though!

BTW keep these patterns coming. Also some of the UK style of stillwater fishing. Rods- length, line types. Leaders, tippets, lengths.
combination flys. Etc. etc. etc.

Hi mojo,

Smutting over here basically means when the fish are feeding right on the top with there mouths in and above the surface film.

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Ahhhh... Smutting = Gulping...
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