Is it…a caterpillar? Large caddis? Moth? Speeding green bullet? Not sure, but trout sure love it! Try smaller mop fly patterns this season when the trout don’t seem to like anything else, and for bigger trout try beaded and cone head larger mops fished deeper.
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