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Mayflies

Mayfly trout season is a great fishing time. Trout seem to go onto a frenzied mass feeding session taking mayflies from the top and striking at most other things resembling their natural diet. Species of mayflies differ in the time they actually live as a fully winged insect, from Minutes to hours they have a very short life span. Mayflies can be seen very easily as they will be in the masses, the males hunting down the female mayfly to mate as quickly as possible with the females then dying on the water. Mayflies generally are around until mid June. Although the traditional mayflies for fishing include the drakes and spent mayflies its common to fish the wulff flies and the humpy trout flies as trout will happily take these trout flies and they tend to be a little more sturdy


Model: 703-4
The hackled mayfly dabbler fly. The dabbler flies are very popular on the Irish Lochs, although the popularity and known success is now seeing them widely used across the board. We do have a great colour range in the dabbler flies and they are tied on a size 10 and 12 hook..
£0.49
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Model: 313-5
The Flaming Mayfly dabbler fly. The dabbler flies are very popular on the Irish Lochs, although the popularity and known success is now seeing them widely used across the board. We do have a great colour range in the dabbler flies and they are tied on a size 10 and 12 hook..
£0.49
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Model: 313-2
The hackled mayfly dabbler fly. The dabbler flies are very popular on the Irish Lochs, although the popularity and known success is now seeing them widely used across the board. We do have a great colour range in the dabbler flies and they are tied on a size 10 and 12 hook..
£0.49
Ex Tax:£0.41
Model: 407-8
The mayfly nymph fishing flies are one of the most common trout fly foods in streams rivers and lakes and unlike the dry mayflies they will work all season...
£0.55
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Model: 403-9
An Interesting fly which works well on rivers when the duns are out, or even the Mayflies  a definate one for the fly box ..
£0.55
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Model: 411-5
Pale Morning Dun as a dry fly is an extremely popular river fly, the hatches provide a good food source for the fish. They inhabit all kinds of rivers and streams.You will see them drifting on the surface when trying to dry the wings, easy snack for the trout..
£0.55
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Model: 116-1
The mayfly nymph fishing flies are one of the most common trout fly foods in streams rivers and lakes and unlike the dry mayflies they will work all season...
£0.55
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Model: 116-4
The mayfly nymph fishing flies are one of the most common trout fly foods in streams rivers and lakes and unlike the dry mayflies they will work all season...
£0.55
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Model: 402/7
"This pattern was developed with the need to be one step ahead of other competitors. As you know after a couple competition sessions everyone heard or saw the patterns you used and this one has been kept close to my vest for many many years.My Adult uses a CDC split wing a straight hook and also the..
£0.65
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Model: 412-8
The drake trout fly are most popular in early season. The term Drake originates from the feathers used in the wing of this fly. It is tied in a fan style.The grey drake is the female version where the green is the male version. Drakes are large insects and evidently taste really good to trout. ..
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Model: 407/3
The humpy trout flies are a bushy dry fly which are high floaters and very visible, excellent if the water is slightly rough. On days when the weather is cold  or windy or perhaps swollen from heavy rain fall that is when these humpy flies really need to come out of your fly box...
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Model: 407-6
The humpy trout flies are a bushy dry fly which are high floaters and very visible, excellent if the water is slightly rough. On days when the weather is cold  or windy or perhaps swollen from heavy rain fall that is when these humpy flies really need to come out of your fly box...
£0.65
Ex Tax:£0.54
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