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CDC Flutterer)

Flutterers are the hatching mayflies that flutter their wings on the surface of the water to free themselves from the larval skin.

The still-attached larval skin is depicted with a dense hackle tail, the wings are tilted backwards.

This stage is very attractive for trout - easy prey!

Olive CDC Flutterer

Olive Dun CDC Flutterer

Olive Dun CDC Flutterer

Olive dun CDC flutterer- very effective during the early hatch of olives

Grösse/ hameçon/ size


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