Light Cahill Dun Dry FlyAll Time Classic Pattern especially for Eastern Waters
The Light Cahill pattern was originated by Daniel Cahill of New York State way back in the 1880's to fish the Stenonema hatches on Eastern Rivers. This pattern imitates mayflies of the Family Heptageniidae, Genus; Stenacron (Light Cahill) and Cinygma (Western Light Cahill) species of these two Genera bear a strong resemblance to their famous Family member the Pale Evening Duns, Genus Heptagenia. Light Cahill’s are summer hatchers with Eastern hatches peaking between mid-June to mid-July where as Midwestern hatches only begin to take place from late-July to early-August. The Western Light Cahill on the other hand has a much broader hatch cycle that runs from April to September
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