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Comparadun

Created by Al Caucci and Bob Nastasi


HOOK: 900BL, size 12-16

THREAD: Brown

WING: Mottled gray deer hair tied upright and flared

TAIL: Blue dun hackle fibers, split

BODY: Tan Superfine

  comparadun

Uses

Comparaduns are useful, durable patterns that imitate the dun stage of mayflies. Use them during a hatch when duns are on the water and are being taken by trout.

 
Comparaduns ride well and float without hackle, which is an advantage on slow, quiet stretches of water. The pattern is more durable than a No Hackle, but it's not as effective on spring creeks.

Variations

Other mayflies can be imitated by using hook sizes and body colors that match the natural insect.

flyMatchHow to match other mayfly duns

How to Fish

Dress the fly with floatant and use standard dry fly presentations.


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