Green Drake Dry Fly (Lawson's)A Superhatches Pattern that is Legendary in the East and Midwest
This is the famous Eastern Green Drake scientifically categorized as the Family: Ephemeridae, Genus Ephemera, Species: guttulata that produces superhatches in coldwater streams and rivers of the East and Midwest. The Superhatch status is given to this aquatic insect based on the density and magnitude of their hatch and subsequent spinner falls during peak hatch activity periods. In their season, Green Drakes hatch almost daily with Superhatches being produced during prolonged periods of warm weather from late May on through mid-June. Hatch activity usually takes place around dusk and continues on for an hour more into the early evening with duns preferring to hatch over stretches of slow to moderate flowing waterreen Drake: This is the famous Mayfly known as Ephemera guttulata that produces the superhatches on the cooler streams of the Midwest and East. Hatch activity takes place from late May on into mid-June usually beginning around dusk and continuing on for an hour more.
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