A size 16 Pale Watery Dun representation. This fly has a pale yellow detached body and a honey dun hackle, tied parachute style around a white Antron post. As it sits in the surface film this fly can represents both the dun and the emerging dun. It should be presented to rising fish, with enough slack in the cast to ensure a drag free approach. This fly is common in the chalk streams of the south of England, but it is also found in parts of Wales and as far north as Yorkshire. The naturals hatch in the afternoon between May and October and the hatches are sometimes heavy.