Posts Tagged ‘rowley stonefly pattern’

Net Back Foil is Back!

Net Back Foil In StockNet Back Foil is back! We’d like to thanks everyone for their patience, the process of acquiring this material proved to be tougher than originally planned.

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If you aren’t familiar with this product already, it is similar to Thin Skin, but with a unique pattern that allows for creating awesome segmented bodies, and wing pads. Every nymph tyer should have this fly tying material at their desk.

The Rowley Stone is a good example of a pattern that uses this material. Learn  to tie it here

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Fly Fishing’s Greatest Sportfish!

Okay, so the title is a joke, but check out this five inch sculpin that ate a Rowley Stone this week. To bad the inch long fly fell out of its mouth before I got a pic. It was pretty funny. Sculpin are wicked looking fish! It might be work noting that stonefly hatches are right around the corner and the nymphs are getting super active right now. This is a great time to fish stonefly nymphs along the bottom, and you might be surprised what you pull up.

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