Published May 20. 2022 - 2 months ago

Brown Bead Stonefly

Even the most fanatical dry fly fisherman must admit that there are often days when nymphs are far superior to the dry flies. A very large part of the trout's food is below the surface, and in the streams where stoneflies live, it is an important food source for trout and graylings. We have had the talented fly tyer Jan de Haas from Holland in the studio to demonstrate his version of the a small stonefly nymph - a truely “must-have-in-the-box”.

Hook: Ahrex FW541 # 12– Curved Nymph
Bead: Nymph Head, cobber
Thread: White and red
Tail: Brown turkey
Body: Turkey biot, brown
Legs: Turkey biot, brown
Thorax: Hares Ear dubbing

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