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Bead Head Black Rubber Leg Stone Bead Head Black Rubber Leg Stone
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Improved Rubber Leg Stone, BlackThese flies are so realistic you might think that they would crawl out of your hand. the trout love them too.Stoneflies are a small, but diverse family of insects that are adapted to well oxygenated streams and rivers. Stonefly nymphs have fixed gills that can only extract oxygen in moving water. If trapped in still water they die quickly. Most stoneflies crawl out of the water to hatch. The normal procedure is for nymphs to migrate to shore to hatch. This...

Bead Head Rubber Leg Black Stonefly Nymph, Quill Wing Case, picture
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One of the best all around stonefly nymphs used as a seraching pattern for trout or summer steelhead.

Double Orange Bead Peacock Stone Double Orange Bead Peacock Stone
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FFS Stone Fly Nymph Brown FFS Stone Fly Nymph Brown
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After reading "Nymph Fishing for Larger Trout" by Charlie Brooks we decided to try some heavy weighted Stone Fly Nymphs tied in-the-round. This method makes the nymph look the same whether up side down or right side up. This fly has been a success since 1975. Heavy weighted.Stoneflies are a small, but diverse family of insects that are adapted to well oxygenated streams and rivers. Stonefly nymphs have fixed gills that can only extract oxygen in moving water. If trapped in still water they die...

Improved Rubber Leg Stone Golden Improved Rubber Leg Stone Golden
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This is a very realistic Golden Stonefly Nymph pattern that represents a wide variety of stonefly species. You can fish this fly year around. Stoneflies are a small, but diverse family of insects that are adapted to well oxygenated streams and rivers. Stonefly nymphs have fixed gills that can only extract oxygen in moving water. If trapped in still water they die quickly. Most stoneflies crawl out of the water to hatch. The normal procedure is for nymphs to migrate to shore to hatch. This...

Knotty Girl, Dark Brown
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The Knotty Girl series is from the vise of Adam Trina of Montana Fly Company. This is an especially productive pattern for use on trout in rivers with large salmonfly populations. The dark brown version mimics these large insects during the period just before they hatch.

Speckle Leg Double Bead Stonefly Nymph, Black Speckle Leg Double Bead Stonefly Nymph, Black
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Speckle Leg Double Bead Stonefly Nymph, BlackGiant salmonflies are normally a three year life cycle. During most of their lives these insects crawl around on the bottom of the river devouring vegetable matter. They are black in color with few markings of other colors. However, years ago, some anglers noted that the addition of white legs made large black nymphs more effective. That is how the Girdle Bug fly became famous. In certain colors of water the striped legs probably show up better and...

Speckle Leg Double Bead Stonefly Nymph, Peacock Speckle Leg Double Bead Stonefly Nymph, Peacock
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Speckle Leg Double Bead Stonefly Nymph, PeacockIf you fish the Deschutes River, nearly any time of year, this is a must have fly. Resides like it and so do steelhead.

Tungsten Poxyback Stone Tungsten Poxyback Stone
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Item #: 1970 -

Stoneflies are a small, but diverse family of insects that are adapted to well oxygenated streams and rivers. Stonefly nymphs have fixed gills that can only extract oxygen in moving water. If trapped in still water they die quickly. Most stoneflies crawl out of the water to hatch. The normal procedure is for nymphs to migrate to shore to hatch. This migration activity is attractive to trout, grayling and whitefish. Some smaller species do hatch mid-river at the water's surface much like...

Stonefly Nymphs