Although often observed in small groups near local outfitters, they are more likely to be seen on the nearby streams where they gracefully glide through the sometimes rugged terrain... skillfully casting their lure to land on the out-of-reach rocks and branches. Male pictured, (female similar but with reddish top hair and no mustache). 5: ht.
Note: You might be able to notice that the body of this troll is now made with dyed hemp/jute fiber (same natural fiber we have always used for hands, tails, and eyebrows). It has a little fuller/fluffier look, and it is the same fiber we used to create the original trolls many years ago.