Pale Morning Duns
.............................Fly Fishing Yellowstone National Park
04/30/08

Fly Pattern Colors:

Crawler Nymph:
Hook: 14-20
Thread: Brown        
Tails: Brown
Abdomen: Brown
Gills: Brown
Thorax: Brown        
Wing Case: Dark Brown        
Legs: Brown

Emerger:
Hook: 14-20
Thread: Brown
Tails: Brown
Unfolding Wings: Yellowish Gray
(back over body
Abdomen: Brown
Thorax: Brown
Legs: Brown

TS Emerger: (Trailing Shuck)
Hook: 14208
Thread: Light Yellow
Tail (T.S.)  Lt. Gray  
Body  Olive Yellow
Thorax: Dark Olive Yellow
Wings: Dark Gray
Legs: Light Olive

Dun:
Hook: 14-20
Thread:  Light Yellow
Tail: Light Olive
Body: Pale Olive Yellow
Thorax: Olive Yellow
Wings: Lt. Gray with Yellow Tint
Legs: Light Olive

Spinner:    
Hook: 14-20
Thread: Lt. Yellow
Tail: Tan
Abdomen: Yellowish Brown
Thorax: Dark Brown       
Wings: White (Clear)
Wing Case: Yellowish Brown
Legs: Dark Tan

Coming Up Next:
Midges (Chironomidae)

Copyright 2008 James Marsh
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