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03-10-2005 08:01 AM
Devronmac
Mutts Nutts

http://www.millenniumbaits.com/COMMENTS.HTM

Otherwise known as the Dogs Bollocks....see the above website for details...seems to be something to do with catching carp.....but may have derivations for Salmo Salar.
03-09-2005 12:58 PM
teflon_jones When I read the title of this thread I was expecting instructions on how to tie a fly with extra parts left over from your dog's last trip to the vet...
03-02-2005 07:40 AM
marcusjanssen
Mutt's Nutts? (!)

Has anyone heard of a salmon fly called a 'mutts nutts'? If anyone has any info on the fly, I'd appreciate either a picture or a description and recipe?

Thanks

Marcus

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