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Brown Rubber Leg Stonefly Nymph - Fly

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Description of the Brown Rubber Leg Stonefly Nymph - Fly:

When big and buggy is what you're after this popular Brown Rubber Leg Stonefly Nymph fits the profile. Big fish often inhale stonefly nymphs until they simply can't eat any more. Going with something big and visible with lifelike wriggling legs can often entice that big trout to try to fit just one more in his belly.
Write a Review Reviewed by 2 Customer(s)
Rating: 5 of 5 [5 of 5]
Reviewed by: Adam on 05/17/2009
Experience Level: Amatuer - Ownership: 1+ Years
Pros: A very effective fly in a variety of water. I used this fly extensively on the Taylor River in Colorado with terrific results, including two 5lb rainbows. I think it's the legs that drive the fish wild.
Cons: None.
Turning Brown Stones into mint bright steelies!
Rating: 5 of 5 [5 of 5]
Reviewed by: Milton on 05/12/2009
Experience Level: Amatuer - Ownership: 4 - 12 Months
Pros: This winter I found the time to get up to Northern California several times to chase some steelhead, but unlike last year the bite was tough until I zeroed in on this Brown, Rubber Legged Stonefly Nymph. In winter, the fish often key in on small stones and this year they seemed to show a decided preference for the brown stone rather than the Golden Stone that's been my go to fly for the past few seasons. Once I put this rascal on it was like flipping a switch and the bite was ON!
Cons: Not too many cons in this case other than it took me a while to figure out that this was what the fish were keying on.
Other Thoughts: Where regulations permit, it might be worth tying this brown stone on w/ a Golden Stone or a small black stonefly as a searching rig in order to figure out which bugs the fish are keying in on. I look forward to trying this fly in a few more places to see if I can replicate the great action I had on it this winter. Thanks again for stocking so many effective patterns!
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