Spring brings a spectacular abundance of hatches. From May until late June warming water will bring a range of dark-toned mayflies and millions of caddis. Trout will rise so frequently that it will appear as if the water is boiling. This month we focused on giving you the proper dry flies so you can indulge in the festivities.

Major hatches across the United States in June.

JUNE | Western States

  • Midges #16 – #26
  • Slate Gray Dun #12 – #14
  • Western Green Drake   #10 – #12
  • Small Western Drake #14 – #16
  • Salmon Fly #4 – #8
  • Brachycentrus Caddis #12 – #18
  • Pale Morning Dun #14 – #18
  • Rhyacophila Caddis #12 – #16
  • Blue Winged Olive #18 – #22
  • Trico #20 – #24
  • Brown Drake #8 – #10
  • Terrestrials Depends

JUNE | Eastern & Mid-Western States

  • Midges #16 – #26
  • Blue Winged Olive #18 – #22
  • Little Black Caddis #16 – #18
  • March Brown #10 – #12
  • Eastern Gray Drake #10 – #12
  • Sulphur #12 – #16
  • Light Cahill  #14 – #16
  • Little Yellow Stonefly #12 – #14
  • Eastern Green Drake #8 – #10
  • Isonychia #12 – #14
  • Brown Drake #8 – #10
  • Hexagenia #6 – #8
  • Yellow Drake #12 – #1

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