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  1. Dive Bomber

    Dive Bomber

    If you need a stonefly pattern that destroys the fish, than this is the one your looking for.

    Starting at: $1.07

  2. Early Black Stonefly

    Early Black Stonefly

    Early Black Stonefly: A great early season stonefly imitation when small stoneflies are prevelant. This pattern can be dead drifted or skated like a caddis to entice a strike.

    Starting at: $0.92

  3. Early Black Stonefly #2, Fly Fishing Flies, Dry Flies. Discount flies at theflystop.com. High Resolution.

    Early Black Stonefly #2

    Early Black Stonefly #2

    Starting at: $0.92

  4. Floating Stonefly, Black

    Floating Stonefly, Black

    Floating Stonefly, Black

    Starting at: $0.92

  5. Floating Stonefly, Brown

    Floating Stonefly, Brown

    Floating Stonefly, Brown

    Starting at: $0.92

  6. Floating Stonefly, Golden

    Floating Stonefly, Golden

    Floating Stonefly, Golden

    Starting at: $0.92

  7. Floating Stonefly, Olive

    Floating Stonefly, Olive

    Floating Stonefly, Olive

    Starting at: $0.92

  8. fluttering

    Fluttering Stone, Foam

    Foam Fluttering Stonefly: A giant Foam Stonefly imitation with a Krystal Flash tail built in for extra flash. A great stonefly imitation that will float high and dry all day long.

    Starting at: $0.92

  9. Foam Bullet Head Salmonfly

    Foam Bullet Head Salmonfly

    Foam Bullet Head Salmonfly: A great, high floating imitation of a giant Stonefly. This is also a great searching pattern, and a top choice to fish above a dropper.

    Starting at: $0.92

  10. Giant Salmonfly, Foam

    Giant Salmonfly, Foam

    Giant Foam Salmonfly: This fly is an excellent giant Salmonfly imitation. Foam body will let this stonefly float all day long.

    Starting at: $0.92

  11. godzilla

    Godzilla

    Godzilla

    Starting at: $0.92

  12. Gypsy King

    Gypsy King

    Gypsy King

    Starting at: $0.92

  13. Gypsy King, Blue

    Gypsy King, Blue

    The Gypsy King is a great fly to fish during stonefly hatches. It can also be used as a general attractor fly to mimic insects such as grasshoppers. Being tied out of foam, it is also a great fly to fish dry/dropper style. Simply tie on a 2 foot long piece of tippet to the hook, then tie on a bead headed nymph, and now you can effectively fish two flies at once. Similar to that of fly fishing with an indicator. It is an absolutely deadly method.

    Starting at: $1.07

  14. Gypsy King, Chartreuse

    Gypsy King, Chartreuse

    The Gypsy King is a great fly to fish during stonefly hatches. It can also be used as a general attractor fly to mimic insects such as grasshoppers. Being tied out of foam, it is also a great fly to fish dry/dropper style. Simply tie on a 2 foot long piece of tippet to the hook, then tie on a bead headed nymph, and now you can effectively fish two flies at once. Similar to that of fly fishing with an indicator. It is an absolutely deadly method.

    Starting at: $1.07

  15. Gypsy King, Golden Stone

    Gypsy King, Golden Stone

    The Gypsy King is a great fly to fish during stonefly hatches. It can also be used as a general attractor fly to mimic insects such as grasshoppers. Being tied out of foam, it is also a great fly to fish dry/dropper style. Simply tie on a 2 foot long piece of tippet to the hook, then tie on a bead headed nymph, and now you can effectively fish two flies at once. Similar to that of fly fishing with an indicator. It is an absolutely deadly method.

    Starting at: $1.07

  16. Gypsy King, Orange

    Gypsy King, Orange

    The Gypsy King is a great fly to fish during stonefly hatches. It can also be used as a general attractor fly to mimic insects such as grasshoppers. Being tied out of foam, it is also a great fly to fish dry/dropper style. Simply tie on a 2 foot long piece of tippet to the hook, then tie on a bead headed nymph, and now you can effectively fish two flies at once. Similar to that of fly fishing with an indicator. It is an absolutely deadly method.

    Starting at: $1.07

  17. Gypsy King, Pink

    Gypsy King, Pink

    The Gypsy King is a great fly to fish during stonefly hatches. It can also be used as a general attractor fly to mimic insects such as grasshoppers. Being tied out of foam, it is also a great fly to fish dry/dropper style. Simply tie on a 2 foot long piece of tippet to the hook, then tie on a bead headed nymph, and now you can effectively fish two flies at once. Similar to that of fly fishing with an indicator. It is an absolutely deadly method.

    Starting at: $1.07

  18. Gypsy King, Purple

    Gypsy King, Purple

    The Gypsy King is a great fly to fish during stonefly hatches. It can also be used as a general attractor fly to mimic insects such as grasshoppers. Being tied out of foam, it is also a great fly to fish dry/dropper style. Simply tie on a 2 foot long piece of tippet to the hook, then tie on a bead headed nymph, and now you can effectively fish two flies at once. Similar to that of fly fishing with an indicator. It is an absolutely deadly method.

    Starting at: $1.07

  19. Gypsy King, Royal

    Gypsy King, Royal

    The Gypsy King is a great fly to fish during stonefly hatches. It can also be used as a general attractor fly to mimic insects such as grasshoppers. Being tied out of foam, it is also a great fly to fish dry/dropper style. Simply tie on a 2 foot long piece of tippet to the hook, then tie on a bead headed nymph, and now you can effectively fish two flies at once. Similar to that of fly fishing with an indicator. It is an absolutely deadly method.

    Starting at: $1.07

  20. Gypsy King, Skwala

    Gypsy King, Skwala

    The Gypsy King is a great fly to fish during stonefly hatches. It can also be used as a general attractor fly to mimic insects such as grasshoppers. Being tied out of foam, it is also a great fly to fish dry/dropper style. Simply tie on a 2 foot long piece of tippet to the hook, then tie on a bead headed nymph, and now you can effectively fish two flies at once. Similar to that of fly fishing with an indicator. It is an absolutely deadly method.

    Starting at: $1.07

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The almighty Stonefly Dry Fly… such a fun bug to fish when they are present! Stonefly dry fly patterns, not to be confused with the stonefly nymph patterns vary in size from big to bigger which makes them so exciting to fish. These are the biggest insects trout eat. All stonefly flies crawl out of the water to emerge. If you take the time to inspect shoreline vegetation and rocks during emergence time, you will often see the cast shucks piled up on top of each other. Cast shucks are a prime indicator that working a nymph near shore or skipping and adult pattern through likely looking water is a worth a try. Fishing these dry flies is something every fly angler needs to experience.

Stoneflies fly fishing can be an amazing time to hook big trout because the offering is hard to refuse. With that being said, Stonefly patterns have so many profiles and sizes. Stonefly patterns can also be used for a good dry dropper rig as well, because they are bulky and float high. Some stonefly flies that are good for this are, the Godzilla and the whole line up of Gyspy Kings. Mating typically takes place on the ground or in the vegetation within a week of emergence. Stoneflies do not mate in the air. Each time the female touches the water she releases a portion of her egg cargo. Low light conditions are favored egg laying times. On some rivers getting on the water before first light and pounding the banks provides unbelievable action when fishing with a stonefly dry.

Some of our western rivers have an amazing Yellow Sally hatch during mid-summer. These much smaller stonefly patterns dry are usually found in sizes 10-14, but still a great dry fly to match the hatch and fool trout with. Some rivers in our area even have a hatch of early season stoneflies known as Skwala’s. As early as April these clumsy bugs skip and flutter around looking for a mate and become easy prey for trout. With over 600 species available worldwide, stoneflies come in a range of sizes and colors. Most species range between 3/8ths of an inch and 1-3/8ths in size, both nymphs and adults. All stoneflies crawl out of the water to emerge. Stonefly dry fly and stonefly flies can make any fly fishers day if the hatch is present. The one thing about these stonefly patterns is you know when someone is fishing them because they are not easy to disguise.