20 Incher Stone Fly

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With a name like the “20 Incher Stone Fly,” it’s obvious that this nymph has some big shoes to fill...luckily, it’s a fly that lives up to its name and then some. Designed in the Roaring Fork Valley of Colorado, the 20 Incher Stone Fly was originally invented to imitate stonefly nymphs, and with its split biot tail, chunky ribbed peacock herl body, pronounced wingcase, and webby legs, it does a fine job at that. A large and calorie-rich food source, stoneflies are one of the biggest aquatic insects around, so this is a fly that can be fished in a size 8 without a fret, and it’s a great choice whether worked into a multi-nymph rig or just rolling the bottom. 


The 20 Incher Stone Fly is one that you can fish every day of the year, but it excels in the spring season whenever stonefly nymphs are most active and then again in the winter whenever trout are looking for large, easy meals. Freestone rivers, large tailwaters, or tiny creeks, the 20 Incher Stone is a solid addition to any nymphing situation. 


Sizes Available:

08, 10, 12


Due to the handmade nature of this product, the product you receive may vary from the photos. Please note that flies that are not individually packaged are not returnable.


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