Hare's Ear


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Hare’s Ear

 

(Bupleurum). a genus of plants of the family Umbelliferae. They are annual or perennial grasses, more rarely shrubs or semishrubs, and are sometimes evergreens. The leaves are entire; the flowers are small, mostly yellow, and are gathered in complex umbels. There are more than 150 species; they grow in Europe, Asia, Africa, and North America. In the USSR there are approximately 45 species, predominantly in the Caucasus and Middle Asia, more rarely in the European part, Siberia, and the Far East.

REFERENCE

Linchevskii, I. A. “Voloduchka—Bupleurum.” In Flora SSSR, vol. 16. Moscow-Leningrad, 1950.
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Patterns: Hare's Ear, foamback Beetle, Black Hopper, Cat's Whisker.
Lockwood: Dawson's Olive, Hare's Ear nymph, Emergers, cat's Whisker, Olive Zonker, Buzzers, Cormorants, Nomads, Orange Blob, various small dry flies.
Bank angler Frazer McCartney caught an 11lb 8oz rainbow on a Hare's Ear Nymph from the culvert.
At Caistron, Bill Anderson had the best fish of the week with a 12lb 8oz rainbow while Roy Dixon had 10 to 8lb 8oz on Buzzers and Gold Ribbed Hare's Ear and Stuart Robson returned nine in a four-hour session on Zonkers.
Witton Castle: Hare's Ear, Coral Blob, Damsel Nymph, CdC Shuttlecock, Wicked White Buzzers.
Phil Stewart caught 20 over two days from the bank on Dawson's Olive and Hare's Ear CDC shuttlecock.
Sharpley: Olive Shipman's Buzzer, Black Palomino, Hare's Ear Emerger, Daddies/Hoppers, Damsel Nymph, CdC Sedge, Stimulator, Zonkers, Yellow Dancer/Blobs, Buzzers.
B Lawless caught 12, with these anglers catching on Buzzers and Hare's Ear.
DAVE Cardwell from Darlington caught a 13lb 7oz rainbow at SHARPLEY SPRINGS, where a range of patterns are catching, especially Damsel, Black Buzzer and Hare's Ear.
A few days before the competition, Dave Howells fished on the lower River Taff and used a hare's ear nymph to catch and return a 10.
Top patterns are Bloodworm, Cats Whisker, Nomads, Minkies, Appetizer, Viva, black or red Buzzer and Hare's Ear Nymph.
It could have been a Zug Bug, a Mosquito Larvae, a San Juan Worm, or a Hare's Ear, the key was to provide a choice.