About the Philip White Hatching Dun Mayfly Trout Fly
The Philip White Hatching Dun Mayfly sits beautifully on the surface.
It is a simple and sparse pattern that successfully mimics the daintiness, footprint and silhouette of the natural.
Country of origin for this trout fly: England
This trout fly is designed to be fished on Dams & Reservoirs, Rivers & Streams, Still Water
- Hook : Size 10.
- Thread : Pale yellow.
- Tail : Cock pheasant centre tail, as pale as possible, important it is tied long.
- Body : Rear half, wound tail fibre butts ribbed tying thread then PMD superfine dubbing.
- Hackle : Olive grizzle, half palmered.
- Wing : Summer duck flank bunch wing tied in front of hackle and sloped gently back.
- Head : Wing butts tied upright and clipped 'Troth' style.
The reasoning behind the 'long' tail is to represent nymphal shuck.
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