March Brown


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On many rivers, the March browns are the first large mayflies of the new year. After a winter of tiny blue-winged olives and even tinier midges–always fussy and unpredictable hatches–the March browns are the heralds of all the delights of the next eight months.

Duns usually emerge on the surface. As trout switch their focus to the duns and you see surface rises, switch to a dry fly. Sometimes, however, emergence happens underwater and the dun floats to the surface. In this case a soft hackle or down wing wet fly works best.



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