|Hook:||(M) 79580 + Lead Weight|
|Tail:||Black Goose Biots|
|Body:||Black Wool Yarn|
|Hackle:||Grizzly & Dark Brown Dyed Grizzly Saddle|
|Gills :||White Ostrich Herl|
Notes on tying:
1. Wrap 10 wraps of 0.20 lead wire behind the eye.
2. Tie in goose biots for the tail.
3. Wrap body with wool yarn.
4. Take two turns of each of the grizzly saddle and grizzly dyed dark brown saddle hackle.
5. Wrap white ostrich herl at the base of hackle for the gill.
7. Whip finish head.
This is stonefly nymph pattern developed by Charles Brooks that is listed in Fly Patterns of Yellowstone by Craig Mathews. Fish this fly with a dead drift for trout, salmon and steelhead.
Mark Andracki 105 12th Ave Coralville, IA 52241