muddler

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mud·dler

 (mŭd′lər)
n.
1. A small pestlelike baton that is used to prepare mixed drinks by pressing ingredients, such as mint, against the bottom of a bowl or glass to release flavor. Also called muddle.
2. One who muddles.

muddler

(ˈmʌdlə)
n
1. a person who muddles or muddles through
2. (Brewing) US an instrument for mixing drinks thoroughly
Translations

muddler

[ˈmʌdləʳ] Natolondrado/a m/f

muddler

n (= person)Tölpel m, → Dussel m (inf)

muddler

[ˈmʌdləʳ] nconfusionario/a, pasticcione/a
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The world of Woolly Buggers, Muddler Minnows and Royal Coachmen no longer absorbs me like once it did.
Daddy Longlegs, Claret Hoppers, Orange Bits, Hare's Ears, Diawl Bachs, Muddler Minnows, Boobys and Cat's Whiskers have all proved successful in a week when the rod average has been 2.
Fly anglers were successful using floating and intermediate lines with brightly-coloured lures and Muddler Minnows pulled through the waves.
In addition, Hornberg, Muddler Minnows and streamers such as the Grey Ghost all work well.
Daddy Longlegs, Hoppers, Soldier Palmers, Hare's Ears, Diawl Bachs, Zonkers, Muddler Minnows and Montana Nymphs have all been successful patterns.
Muddler Minnows and Zulu did well in rougher conditions with Streamers doing well fished on intermediate lines.
At Draycote Water, slowly falling water temperatures triggered action among fry feeders and patterns like Muddler Minnows and Zonkers began to challenge Damsel and Hare's Ear nymphs.
There are various fry imitations like Muddler Minnows, Appetisers or Polystickles