Sunday, January 24, 2010
The Mayfly Adult
The Mayfly Adult In our last article titled Mayfly Nymph. We've covered the basics of the nymph stage of this crucial insect in the world of the game of freshwater fish and fly fisherman. That now cover the stages of adult Mayfly. Although most of his life is, in fact, spent as a nymph living in the bottom of river or lake. And 'the adult insect that has really captured the imagination of fly fisherman. What? And the adults who were given the names of colors in Article Mayfly Nymph. And it is the adults fly fishing elitists who believe the only way worthy of imitation. After spending a year or something like a nymph, Mayfly emerge on the surface. Along the route, which Shucks his skin, and pumps the fluid in it? s wings. This new phase was captured in popularity in the world of fly fishing, as the emerging Mayfly eVisa. Many species are Mayfly clumsy swimmers at best, and that in combination with Ninfa shucking their skin, which becomes a flailing attempt to waiting trout. The emerging need to dry their wings. We sit in the water with its wings boat upright. The Mayfly can not fold the wings down, also to give them visibility on hold trout. At this stage they are called? DUNS?. Usually duller in color, can be anywhere from a few seconds to several minutes in the water surface. This is the stage where fishermen usually use the dry fly to imitate the Mayfly flies. Although each of insects at this stage is only for a short period of time, could emerge from thousands mayflies hatch with lasting several hours at a time. It is the joy of all the fly fishermen witness and participate in one of these hatches. After drying the wings to fly mayflies of a nearby bush, tree or shrub. It is not very good fliers, two or three tails, it is believed to help stabilize them, but our eyes are like a lot for their operation and transport. Here DUNS moulting adults in a second phase called spinners. His second pair of wings fully developed, but are sexually mature. After a couple of hours or even days, usually but not always, retu to the water, where mate. The males will swarm, and females swarm of flies and to choose his friend. After mating the females lay their eggs, and the men and women die. Trout also key at this stage, how? Dedicated wing? Mayfly spinners to give a last chance? Offer? waiting for the trout. From our point of view is difficult to deny that the Mayfly? s, but life is a gift for the wild trout. The recognition of this fact for centuries was a gift of a careful observer of generations of fly fishermen? s that have followed.