Upwinged flies are the most popular insects in the fly fishing . There’s a reason for that: They are the easiest to see and there are plenty of types in different colors , which attracts our attention to its beauty . Although the late winter present numerous midges, we act like we don’t see them, but we get very excited when we see the first upwinged fly in the season – Baetis rhodani .
Subimago of this insect sail helpless on the water and this attracts the fish to feed in the atmosphere . Rising and splashing were able to see earlier, because the midges were on the water in the middle of winter, but… Now the real thing begins : A sailboats , who we follow to the moment when fish turn them into a bite . “Bluurrrpp!” So powerful ! After a long winter break , dry fly anglers are on the move again.
Size: About 1 cm + tails
1st Hatch: February-May
2nd Hatch: October-December