Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by ambassadeur10000, Jan 8, 2014.
How about it. Lets see some stoneflies
Okay... here's one....
Unless you're talking about the ones with pointy metal things sticking out the butt...
that last pic is sweet
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.
Nice and beat up! I like!
http://www.washingtonflyfishing.com/forum/index.php?threads/its-almost-skwala-time.86236/ some good ones
Some of them already have nice teeth prints
Nicely done imitation. I like it!
There's two fly pattern adults, Golden and Salmonfly, both my own pattern.
Mercer's Beaded Biot Poxyback Golden Stonefly, and Beaded Biot Salmonfly.
My Rubberbandit stonefly, it bounces and sinks like a stone should!
My gosh!!! Lot's of good look'n patterns up there!!