The Golden Drake is a very beautiful mayfly that is found in the
Midwest and East. It prefers slower moving water that is
almost, but not quite, too warm for trout. The nymphs are
burrowers that stay hidden most of the time. This mayfly starts
to emerge just before dark and continues into the night. It's
spinners begin to fall just before dark and continue into the
night. This is an excellent hatch for the angler that likes to fish
at night. Trout can also be taken late in the afternoons
especially on cloudy, overcast days.
Emerger with
Trailing Shuck
Mayflies: Golden Drake
Golden Drake (Imitations)
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