Mayfly Spinner Fly Tying Patterns
This page is an overview of some of our mayfly spinner fly tying patterns. We must admit – we do hate fishing the spinner patterns. Spinner falls usually happens when light is low. Spinner patterns lie low in the surface, and are hard to see. But spinner fly fishing is important, and during spinner falls trout and grayling often turn selective on the dead bugs. Therefore we’ll have to fish them. Like it or not. However, often you may opt for a dun with spinner like colors. All spinners are not spent, often they spend their last minutes standing on the surface like a newly hatched dun.
Using Mayfly Spinner 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.
Spent Spinner Black Widow/in Fly Tying, Mayflies, Spinner /by Kjell S. Rakkenes
The Spent Spinner Black Widow is easy to spot on the river because of the puffy rabbit wings. The black body creates a nice contrast for the low light conditions, making it easy to spot for the trout as well.