About the Blue Dun Mayfly Trout Fly
Early season mayflies are the reason the "Blue Dun" mayfly pattern is such a killing fly.
Blue Dun's usually hatch around midday during the early season. There are two big benefits to this.
One; if Trout are around they come up to feed. Two; even though early season fishing can be cold midday is usually the most comfortable part of the day.
So take advantage of these good habits, sleep in, have a good breakfast, get your gear ready, pack a lunch and hit the water about noon, things should start soon.
Country of origin for this trout fly: England
This trout fly is designed to be fished on Rivers & Streams
- Hook : Longshank 10
- Tail : Cock pheasant tail fibres
- Body : Natural buff raffia
- Rib : One stripped bronze peacock herl
- Wings : Blue Dun cock hackle tips
- Hackle : Two red game and one blue dun cock, mixed
- Head : Black
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