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|Name: Blue Dun Wet|
Trout have a great liking for this little fly. A wet fly is designed to be fished below the water's surface. They are tied as deceivers or attractors. The Blue Dun hatches during the summer with peaks at the beginning and end of summer. It emergers at the surface in open water during the day in irregular, sometimes prolific, hatches. The Blue Dun generally is not an evening fly. They tend to swarm during the day. Mating and egg laying also often takes place during the day.