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Emerger Pale Morning Dunn

Barr Emerger Pale Morning Dunn

This Emerger - Pale Morning Dun pattern is a spring through fall pattern. This Emerger - Pale Morning Dun pattern imitates a number of Ephemerella mayflies including, infrequens, intermis and lacustris, which occur predominantly in the Western U.S.A., on slower flows.

This pattern was originally created by John Barr to match Pale Morning Duns. This pattern can be fished on a team as a dropper, individually as a nymph deep in the water column, or as an emerging nymph on the way to the surface / just below the surface.

In streams or rivers, this pattern can be presented in a number of ways the most successful being a cast up stream like a dry fly and then allowing it to dead drift drag free, keep in contact with your line. Alternatively, allow the nymph to sink slowly to the bottom just above the vegetation it often seeks and slowly raise the line on the drift, through the water table to attract attention. A slight variation on this is to actually tighten up the line or pull the line as your nymph approaches the lie of a fish you are sight fishing, and this will imitate the natural movement of the nymph through the water table.

All flies are tied with American sourced materials including Hareline Dubbin Materials and Whiting Farm's Hackles & Capes and are tied on premium hooks.

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