About the Pearly Daddy Trout Fly
The Pearly Daddy is a deadly fly when used in the autumn, as the leaves are just beginning to turn. It's gold head helps the fly sink deeper to where the larger trout tend to be swimming.
Fish this pattern in tweaks to make the back legs pulsate, which grabs the attention of nearby trout. The legs have small knots half way to mimic the movement of a lifelike crane fly.
The Pearly Daddy, as featured in the Totally Awesome Fishing Show, Episode 'Big Trout on the Crane Fly' (2:57)
This trout fly is designed to be fished on Dams & Reservoirs, Still Water fish
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