Welcome to my store. I sell lures, flies, and other fishing items
Ideal for pike, musky, bass, trout and walleye.
I have selection of novelty beer cap lures that impress fishermen as much as the fish.
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Stoneflies are some of the most realistic flies you will ever tie on your line. They are excellent all round flies because the actual fly lives for about three years and the fish recognize them as food.
The best looking stoneflies are the woven stoneflies.
Fish the shone fly near shore and you are likely to be rewarded with some nice fish. Stoneflies are excellent for Bass and trout.
Fishing the stonefly
To fish the stonefly effectively you must get the fly as close to the bottom as possible. You can use sink-tip or full sinking lines to aid you. Cast up and across and follow the fly downstream with the rod tip. As the fly drifts past you lift the rod tip high to take the slack out of the line and then lower it again as the fly passes on downstream. Try to feel the fly bouncing on the bottom and watch for hesitation in the line drift. Often a rock or stick will cause the line to hesitate, but sometimes it will be a fish. Set the hook anytime the line stops moving.
Written by Bill Luscombe
The orange version is a bit odd because nothing in the Northern waters is so brightly colored. Still the fish eat them like candy.