Western March Browns
.............................Fly Fishing Yellowstone National Park
05/24/08

Western March Browns - (Rhithrogena sp) -Fly Pattern Colors

Clinger Nymph;
Hook: 12-16
Thread: Brown               
Tails: Brown        
Abdomen: Dark Reddish Brown
Thorax: Dark Reddish Brown        
Wing Case: Dark Blackish Brown        
Legs: Dark Brown      
  

Emerger:
Hook: 12-16
Thread: Brown
Tails: Brown
Unfolding Wings: Pale Gray back over body
Abdomen: Dark Reddish Brown
Thorax: Dark Reddish Brown
Legs: Dark Brown

TS Emerger:
Hook: 12-16
Thread: Tan
Tail (T.S.) Tan  
Body; Tannish Olive
Thorax: Dark Tannish Olive              
Wings: Tan
Legs: Tan

Dun:
Hook: 12-16
Thread: Tan
Tail: Brown
Body: Tannish Olive
Thorax: Dark Tannish Olive
Wings: Tan
Hackle: Brown

Spinner:     
Hook: 12-16
Thread: Tan
Tail: Dark Brown
Abdomen: Olive Brown
Thorax: Olive Brown        
Wings: White (Translucent)
Wing Case: Olive Brown
Hackle: Brown

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