Tie a muddler
Published Jul 14th 2007
These step-by-step pictures show you how to tie a nice muddler
The pictures actually came out so good that we decided to boil them down to a small article on tying a muddler. The process is not that difficult to do, but actually pretty difficult to describe in words. Pictures do a much better job.
This is just a generic muddler, but I will list the pattern in the end of this article anyway.
A notice on the deer hair, though: get good hair - the best you can find, and ask for hair for muddlers or deer hair bugs. Make sure it has as little underfur as possible, and get some natural (undyed) first. Dyed hair can be fine, but chances are the dying process has ruined its ability to flare and spin. Some dyed hair is great. Some is useless for this purpose.
And now: the picture sequence.
|Year of origin||2007|
|Difficulty||A little difficult|
Sea trout (sea run)
|Hook||Kamasan B175, #4|
|Body||Silver fox underfur|
|Wing||Silver fox and a little golden flash|
|Head/collar||Natural deer hair|
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