About the Morgan's Sedge Pupa Trout Fly
Morgan's Sedge Pupa is best fished with a medium to fast sinking line and drawn up in a series of slow pulls from the bottom. When near the surface, it should be held for up to thirty seconds as often trout will follow right up before deciding to take. The less experienced fly fisher will have recast and consequently missed many opportunities.
This fly has accounted for a great many trout prior to the main evening rise. It is therefore best fished in the late afternoon when the first stirrings of the sedge pupa have begun, prior to the main evening hatch.
Creator of this trout fly: Trevor Morgan
Tier of this trout fly: Trevor Morgan
Country of origin for this trout fly: England
This trout fly is designed to be fished on Dams & Reservoirs, Still Water fish
- Hook : 10-12.
- Tail : Brown marabou, four to five fibres ¼ inch long, two fibres of copper twinkle.
- Body : Brown ostrich herl.
- Rib : Thin flat gold.
- Head : Black ostrich herl.
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