Published Jul 20. 2021 - 4 months ago

Yellow Mayfly

Eventhough the season for fishing the Yellow Mayfly or Heptagenia Sulphurea is over the fly can still fool the fish to rise to the surface and inhale this beautiful pattern. The tying in of the wing is quite unique and a obviously way to tie other sizes and color variations of dry flies - an easy to tie fly and combined with the cdc-fibres you will get a elegant yet super-floating pattern for the box.

We have had Hanna Bossow Vestergaard behind the vice and once again she makes magic behind the vice - the combination of female touch and matching nail-polish is apparently the keywords... ;-)

Yellow May Fly / Heptagenia Sulphurea

Hook: Ahrex 501 Dry Fly
Thread: Yellow
Tail: Gallo de Leon Pardo fibres
Body: Fly-Rite, Pale Yellow
Thorax: Fly-Rite, Pale Yellow
Wing: SwissCDC, Pale Yellow

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Martin Joergensen
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