Mayflys are a very small category of flies that contains huge Dry Fly patterns exclusively imitating the large beige and yellow-colored Ephemera Danica. This species is hatched during the warm months of April, May and June, making it a protein bomb for all river and lake salmonids that feed them massively. Trouts are often chock-full during this period, but they still continue to feed these big bugs! At this time, there is an exciting opportunity for great dry fly fishing!
As soon as the first Mayfly appears in your fishing territory, do not hesitate and cast your imitation into the river stream! You will be surprised how fast the reaction of fish will be on its presence on the water surface!