Hatches 2011: Tiers from Across the Pond – Marco Reisen

Magazine — By on November 3, 2011 11:00 am

I would like to introduce you one of my special CDC dry flies. This fly pattern matches a group of delicate yellow mayflies. It works well in the slow-flowing rivers of the Eifel. It can be fished as a dun pattern on the surface, or as an emerger in the surface film. In either case, fine leaders are essential. Tied in various sizes and colors, the pattern can cover several mayfly species. An upside-down parachute variation is well-suited to faster waters.

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  1. Dave Watson says:
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    Nice SBS Thx

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  2. Chris Sandford says:
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    A great little fly. Fun to tie. Very effective during the Mayfly and with a darker body has continued to catch on our Chalk Streams.
    Nice one!!
    Chris. UK.

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