Published Dec 14. 2017 - 7 months ago
Updated or edited Dec 15. 2017

Northshore Stonefly Nymph

The Northshore Stonefly Nymph is a simplified stone fly nymph pattern designed for trout and steelhead. The fly is tied on a curved Mustad C53s hook, but any curved nymph hook like the Tiemco 200R or the Partridge K12ST also work well. I use a custom blend of dubbing for my patterns, but Senyo's Laser Dub is a good dubbing for this fly. If you would like to make your own check here.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=paQSyTxRyTI

I tie this in black, brown (this version in the video), olive, and golden.

Northshore Stonefly Nymph Fly pattern recipe

Hook: Mustad C53s #6-10
Bead: 4.5mm black brass bead
Thread: Olive 6/0 (140 d)
Tail: Goose biots
Body: Laser dubbing
Rib: Mono or Stretch Magic
Legs: Silicone or rubber strips
Antenna: Goose biots

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