The Pale Evening Dun is the Heptagenia
elegantulata and solitaria
This common
name can be used for several other
mayflies. This is an important hatch that
usually occurs in the late summer and
early fall in western mountain streams.
They are clinger mayflies that are found
in fast to moderate water. Trout feed on
all stages of these mayflies.
Nymph
Spinner
Emerger with
Trailing Shuck
Emerger
Dun
Mayflies: Pale Evening Dun
Pale Evening Dun (Imitations)
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