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Featured Fly: Early Black Stonefly Nymph

leah kirk

The Early Black Stonefly Nymph does a great job of imitating the small black stoneflies that are one of the first aquatic insects to hatch in significant numbers on southern trout waters. Stoneflies are bottom crawler that tend to hatch where there is a slight increase in temperature, such as when sunlight warms the water a couple of degrees. Nymphs crawl to the bank to emerge rocks, and are especially easily to spot on streamside snow. Fish these flies in tandem in a dead drift.

 

Hook:               TMC 2457 #8-12 or Daiichi X120

Thread:            Uni 6/0 Black

Tail:                  Peasant Tail – Black

Body:               Thread

Rib:                   Black Wire – Large

Thorax:            Ice Dub – Peacock

Wingcase:       Pheasant Tail – Black

Legs:                Pheasant Tail – Black