Published May 24. 2016 - 4 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 8. 2018

Cannon's Bunny Dun

The Bunny Dun is a killer little mayfly pattern developed by Jim Cannon. The Bunny Dun imitates a mayfly dun stuck on the surface film of the water. The Bunny Dun is a seriously deadly little pattern and has been one of my favorites for many years. The dense Rabbit fur traps air and floats high, making this pattern very easy to see on the water. The Bunny Dun can be tied in many colors. Dun, Olive, Black and Tan have been the best colors for me. This is a must have mayfly pattern in any trout fly box!

Bunny Dun Fly Tying Recipe:
Hook: #14-22 Tiemco 101
Thread: Dun Veevus 14/0
Tail: Light Dun Mayfly Tails
Body: Dun Veevus 14/0 or Gray Goose Biots
Wing: Dun Snowshoe Rabbit Foot
Thorax: Natural Beaver Dubbing or Gray Superfine Dubbing

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