Lets See Some Stoneflies

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  1. ambassadeur10000

    ambassadeur10000 Member

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    How about it. Lets see some stoneflies
     
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    Okay... here's one....

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    Unless you're talking about the ones with pointy metal things sticking out the butt...


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  4. ambassadeur10000

    ambassadeur10000 Member

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    that last pic is sweet
     
  5. Alexander

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    Left overs
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    Old flies I tied, I hardly fish rivers anymore and when I do it's mainly with streamers or foam dries.
    They are all wire bodied to get them down fast. I used to fish them in tandem with other nymph or caddis patterns. I'd rather use another fly for weight and attractor (more efficient) as opposed to split shot.

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  6. ScottP

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    salmonfly

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    Regards,
    Scott
     
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  7. Alexander

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    Nice and beat up! I like! :)
     
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    Some of them already have nice teeth prints:)
    Great flies!

    Mike
     
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    Thomas Williams Habitual Line Stepper

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    Nicely done imitation. I like it!
     
  12. Teenage Entomologist

    Teenage Entomologist Gotta love the pteronarcys.

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    There's two fly pattern adults, Golden and Salmonfly, both my own pattern.


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    Mercer's Beaded Biot Poxyback Golden Stonefly, and Beaded Biot Salmonfly.
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  13. Brad Niemeyer

    Brad Niemeyer Old School Member

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    My Rubberbandit stonefly, it bounces and sinks like a stone should!;)
     

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    My gosh!!! Lot's of good look'n patterns up there!!