Stonefly Dead Drift Tee


Stoneflies are the perfect trout meal. With a two year life cycle, both juveniles and adults are always available for trout snacking. And big trout are a little more willing to move for a bigger lunch (sometimes). Eat more stones. And get a good dead drift.

This t-shirt features the Troutbitten Stonefly on the back and the Classic Logo up front.

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This Troutbitten design is printed on a high-end, Bella & Canvas 3001 tee. A ribbed knit collar retains its shape, side seams lend structural support, and twill taped shoulder seams stabilize the back of the shirt.

  • Runs true to size
  • 100% combed and ring-spun soft cotton (heather colors contain polyester)
  • Fabric weight: 4.2 oz / yard
  • Pre-shrunk and lightweight fabric
  • Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
  • Side-seamed
  • Looks delicious

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