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The Eden Angler
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Fly Fishing guide and tuition for trout and grayling in the Eden Valley, Cumbria, UK
Fly Fishing guide and tuition for trout and grayling in the Eden Valley, Cumbria, UK

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The March Brown Emerger has been a very successful fly for me over the years. It is the first fly that I turn to during a March Brown hatch when fish appear to be rising, but are ignoring the mature duns on the surface of the river.
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The March Brown Emerger has been a very successful fly for me over the years. It is the first fly that I turn to during a March Brown hatch when fish appear to be rising, but are ignoring the mature duns on the surface of the river.

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The March Brown Emerger has been a very successful fly for me over the years. It is the first fly that I turn to during a March Brown hatch when fish appear to be rising, but are ignoring the mature duns on the surface of the river.

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Last year the March Browns arrived early to the stretches of the Eden system that I frequent, so I'm stocking up on a few nymphs - just in case...

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Last year the March Browns arrived early to the stretches of the Eden system that I frequent, so I'm stocking up on a few nymphs - just in case....
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'The Lazy Baetis' is tied to imitate the nymph of the Large Dark Olive (Baetis rhodani). Over the years it has worked very well for me, for both Trout and Grayling, when the Large Dark Olive hatches in Spring, and again in late Autumn and early winter.
If you are interested in how this pattern was developed, you can check out my blog at www.theedenangler.co.uk/the-lazy-baetis/

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The 'Olive CDC Dun' has been a very good fly for me for many years. Tied in sizes 12 - 18 it will imitate the duns of such species as The Blue Winged Olive, Small Dark Olive, Medium Olive, Large Dark Olive and Olive Upright.
I find it best in March, April May and June, and when we get late summer and early Autumn hatches of the Large Dark Olive.

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'The Lazy Baetis' is tied to imitate the nymph of the Large Dark Olive (Baetis rhodani). Over the years it has worked very well for me, for both Trout and Grayling, when the Large Dark Olive hatches in Spring, and again in late Autumn and early winter.

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The 'Olive CDC Dun' has been a very good fly for me for many years. Tied in sizes 12 - 18 it will imitate the duns of such species as The Blue Winged Olive, Small Dark Olive, Medium Olive, Large Dark Olive and Olive Upright.
I find it best in March, April May and June, and when we get late summer and early Autumn hatches of the Large Dark Olive.

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The 'Olive CDC Dun' has been a very good fly for me for many years. Tied in sizes 12 - 18 it will imitate the duns of such species as The Blue Winged Olive, Small Dark Olive, Medium Olive, Large Dark Olive and Olive Upright.
I find it best in March, April May and June, and when we get late summer and early Autumn hatches of the Large Dark Olive.
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