Mayfly Fly Tying Patterns
This page is a full overview of my mayfly fly tying patterns – The Duns. My approach to fly tying is functional and practical. Fish eat bugs (and sometimes sticks, stones and cigarette butts). They don’t know their Latin names, and are unable to tell the number of tail fibres on a fly. This page contains several proven and tested mayfly fly tying patterns. They are my designs and variations to popular mayfly fly tying patterns. All share one common artifact – they do match the hatch.
Using Mayfly 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.
Turkey Biot BWO Aurivilli/in Dun, Fly Tying, Mayflies /by Kjell S. Rakkenes
The turkey biot BWO is a standard parachute dry fly. Noting much to it, other than a very effective fly that can be tied in any color variation to mach the hatch.