The Terrible Muddler - It looks like something the cat dragged in, and requires no muddler tying skills at all. But it works just as well as any neatly tied and trimmed muddler, and is a great fly for surface fishing in a bright summer night. - Global FlyFisher

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The completely white version of The Terrible Muddler

Photo/illustration: Martin Joergensen ©2014



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From: Martin Joergensen · martin·at·globalflyfisher.com  Link
Submitted August 1st 2011

Pike.

This Scierra XDP reel has been used extensively in the salt for several years and has shown no signs of rust. Other of my Scierra reels (Traxion reels in particular) have broken completely down due to rust, and I only occasionally use one smaller Traxion model now, and exclusively for freshwater fishing.

Martin


From: Pike · pike007·at·seznam.cz  Link
Submitted August 1st 2011

Martin, as you wrote in the past Scierra Traxion reel had a serious problem with the rust.
If I am right, the reel on your picture is Scierra XDP. What about this reel and the rust? Is it better? Thanks a lot



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