About the March Brown Nymph Trout Fly
The March Brown Nymph is a very successful pattern that is best from mid-morning into the early stages of the hatch.
March Brown nymphs live in riffles and fast, rocky runs. As the nymphs near maturity, they migrate to slower water. During the migration, they can loose their grip and drift in the current. For this reason trout will congregate in places where fast riffles start to slow down and on the seams (feeding lines) between the fast and slow water.
Country of origin for this trout fly: England
This trout fly is designed to be fished on Rivers & Streams
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