Hare’s Ear Wet
The Hare’s Ear Wet fly pattern is a popular and effective pattern used by fly anglers for trout and other freshwater fish. It is designed to imitate the nymph stage of various aquatic insects, making it versatile and productive in a variety of fishing situations.
When fishing with the Hare’s Ear Wet fly, you can use various techniques depending on the conditions and the behavior of the fish. It is commonly fished as part of a nymphing setup, where it is cast upstream or across the current and allowed to drift naturally with the current.
The Hares Ear Wet fly is highly versatile and can imitate a wide range of aquatic insects. It is particularly effective during mayfly and caddisfly hatches when fish are actively feeding on nymphs.
It can also be productive in non-hatch situations, as fish often key in on nymphs as a primary food source.
Remember to experiment with different sizes and color variations of the Hare’s Ear Wet fly to match the local insect life and fishing conditions.
Usually available in the following hook sizes: 10 | 12 | 14 | 16 | 18 | 20