Beldars Stonefly Nymph Fly Tying Video

Beldar’s stonefly nymph is a great pattern for any time of year. Tony uses this on the McKenzie, Willamette and Deschutes Rivers. This stonefly has a lot of steps… and a lot of weight. Not a pleasure to cast, but it’s a fish-getter.

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Beldars Stonefly Nymph

Hook: TMC 5262 bend mid shank
Thread: Veevus 10/0 Black
Head: Small Black Nickel Cone
Tail: Black Goose Biot
Rib: Small Black V-Rib
Abdomen: Black and Brown Trilobal Mixed
Thorax: Two 5/32 Black Nickel Beads
Black and Brown Trilobal Mixed
Legs: Black Medium Round Rubber
Wingcase: Wapsi Thin Skin-Mottled Brown cut with RiverRoad Wing Cutter
Hackle: Brown mottled Hen tied collar style

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