Ninety percent, right?

Trout feed below the surface ninety percent of the time. It sounds like somebody just made that number up, but it also seems about right. Well-tied nymphs are fish catching machines. And 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).

So take your flies down to the fish. Feed ’em stones. Get down. Go under. 

The Troutbitten Stonefly is a Wilds Media design. 

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