Jigged Stonefly Nymph Fly Tying Video

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In this video, Justin ties a fantastic jigged stonefly pattern. The fly doesn’t have much bulk to it, and will sink like a stone for sure. Bouncing this stonefly off the river bottom on any nymph rig using nearly any tightline or suspension nymphing technique is a surefire way to fool some trout. Let us know if you like it by leaving a comment or liking the video!

Hook: Umpqua XT500, Sz 8
Bead: 3/16″ Slotted Tungsten, Black Nickel
Thread: 70D Danville, Flo. Fire Orange
Tail: Black Stripped Goose Biot
Dubbing: Ice Dub Peacock Black
Body: Vinyl Rib, Black, Midge
Legs: Lifeflex, Black
Wing Case: 1/100 Micro Flashabou, Scud back, 1/8″ Black

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