Mayfly Emerger Fly Tying Patterns
Emergers are probably the single most important dry fly pattern for fly fishers. Trout and Grayling seem to pick them over any other stage in the hatch cycle. If you were a trout, you would probably opt for the bug that’s the easiest to catch. Emergers often get stuck in the surface, and are easy preys. Therefore you should always have a selection of emerger patterns in the fly box. These pages contain proven patterns that do catch fish, and match most mayfly hatches. Maybe you’ll find flies that are unusual to your taste. These are mine go-to patterns when fishing for trout and grayling in Norwegian waters.
Using Mayfly Emerger Fly Tying Patterns
Navigate between the emergers, duns and spinners by using the menu bar above. Click the Fly Tying menu option on top of the page to get back to the overview page of the fly tying patterns – or just click here.
Danica Clear Water Emerger/0 Comments/in Emergers, Fly Tying, Mayflies /by Kjell S. Rakkenes
When the water is shallow, gin clear and the stream is flowing slowly you’re into trouble. You can’t choose any emerger pattern to fool the fish when thy turn selective on emerging mayflies (E.danica). The Danica Clear Water Emerger is a super pattern to fool fish when they are not easily fooled.