(spinner). Only at this stage the insect is ready to mate and the female insects can deposit their eggs on the surface of the water. After this the insects die and they float in the surface with their wings spread (spent spinner). This stadium can also be well represented by the fly-fisher and fly-tier.
there is too much wind to fish these lakes or when there are no guides and/or boats available any more, then there are enough alternatives in the north west of Ireland in the form of smaller, more sheltered lakes.
Lough Corrib, Lough Mask, Lough Conn, Lough Cullin and Lough Arrow are just some of the large lakes where you can enjoy fantastic sport during mayfly time. When
The Callow Lakes, for instance, are situated along the N26, between Foxford and Swinford. The two lakes, which are connected by means of a small canal under
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