Hatches Made Easy:

Sulphur (Ephemerella dorothea) - Fly Pattern Colors

04/01/08

Crawler Nymph:
Hook: 16-18
Thread: Brown        
Tails: Tan
Abdomen: Yellowish Brown
Gills: Brown
Thorax: Yellowish Brown        
Wing Case: Light Brown        
Legs: Light Amber

Emerger:
Hook: 16-18
Thread: Lt. Yellow
Tails: Cream
Unfolding Wings: Lt. Gray
(back over body
Abdomen: Dark Yellow
Thorax: Orange Yellow
Legs: Cream

TS Emerger: (Trailing Shuck)
Hook: 16-18
Thread: Lt. Yellow
Tail (T.S.)  Lt. Gray  
Body  Dark Yellow
Thorax: Orange Yellow
Wings: Gray
Legs: Cream

Dun:
Hook: 16-18
Thread:  Lt. Yellow
Tail: Cream
Body: Sulphur Yellow
Thorax: Orange Yellow
Wings: Lt. Gray
Hackle: Cream

Spinner:    
Hook: 16-18
Thread: Lt. Yellow
Tail: Pale Gray
Abdomen: Pale Yellow
Thorax: Orange Yellow        
Wings: White (Clear)
Wing Case: Orange Yellow
Hackle: Pale Gray
















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