March Brown Dry Barbless

Reference: Z-DRY76PTa
35 Items

March Brown Dry Barbless

Z-DRY12-76PT
35 Items
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First called the Moorish Brown, in the late 1600s the basic pattern has remained the same for the last 350 years, however only the very early season fishermen will witness the spectacular March Brown hatches which occur usually around midday.
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