White Miller
.............................Fly Fishing Yellowstone National Park
06/12/08

Fly Pattern Colors:
Note: We have been informed by others that some of the White Millers dive to deposit
their eggs on objects beneath the surface of the water. We have not observed that and
cannot comment or confirm that at this time. Note that the males are about a hook size
larger.

Pupa:
Hook: 14/16
Thread: Olive
Body: Light Olive
Legs: Ginger
Wing Pad: Cream
Antennae: White to Cream (very long)

Adult:
Hook: 14/16
Thread: Green
Body: Green with a yellow tint
Wings: Cream with tan marks (one and one-half times the body length)
Legs: Ginger
Head: Brown
Antennae: White to Cream (two and one-half times the body length)

Adult (Spent):
Hook: 14/16
Thread: Green
Body: Green with a yellow tint
Wings: Cream with tan marks (one and one-half time the body length)
Head: Brown
Antennae: White to Cream (two and one-half times the body length)
Legs: Ginger

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Speckled Peter (Helicopsyche borealis)

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