Published Mar 24. 2021 - 8 months ago

Mayfly Emerger

Just as the season of big mayflies is about to start you can sometimes see trout and grayling feeding at the surface, yet they ignore the traditional mayfly dries. That's often because they're feeding on emerging insects. Times like these are the reason why you must have a mayfly emerger in your box! They simply tend to catch fish when no other pattern does.

Materials used:
Hook: http://flytotie.com/fly-tying-materials/hooks/ahrex-fw524-superdry-hooks/
Thread: http://flytotie.com/fly-tying-materials/tying-thread/mikro-buko-thread/
Quill: https://flytotie.com/fly-tying-materials/feathers-saddles-capes/peacock-...
CDC: http://flytotie.com/fly-tying-materials/feathers-saddles-capes/polish-qu...
Pheasant tail: http://flytotie.com/fly-tying-materials/feathers-saddles-capes/pheasant-...
Deer hair: https://flytotie.com/fly-tying-materials/fur/winter-roe-deer-hair/

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Submitter: 
Martin Joergensen
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