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March Brown trout fly

Description

The March Brown trout fly is one of the oldest patterns still in use. it was developed in the 17th century and has remained generally unchanged and part of angler's fly boxes around the world.

In the wet fly version it works well in broken water while the dry fly works well in the evenings when there are mayflies around. A great all round fly that will often produce results when all else fails. Sizes 12 - 16.

March Brown dry fly

March Brown dry fly

March Brown dry fly

March Brown Spider wet fly


Art of Fly Fishing Calendars
1998-2007

© Michael Scheele

Type Wet or dry fly
Represents A general mayfly pattern but more closely represents either the Early Brown or Speckled Dun.
See also March Brown Spider
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