RUBBER LEGS STONEFLY NYMPH - Fly of the week - May 24, 2010
RUBBER LEGS STONEFLY NYMPH
This fly is probably one of the best known and most fished stonefly nymphs in the Intermountain West in different sizes and colors for Salmonflies, Golden Stones, and Skwalas.*It goes by any number of names ? Bob?s, Pat?s, Bennet?s, etc. The most common reference is simply a ?rubber legs.? Say that anywhere in the Intermountain West and most fly fishers will know what you are referring to.
John Scott "Fly of the Week" Patterns
The "Rubber Legs Stonefly Nymph" is the 7th "Fly of the Week" pattern by John Scott. The current "FOTW" archives do not have some of his past patterns available. I have all of his patterns are currently available in PDF which can be veiwed using the free download of the Adobe Reader. Just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other FOTW patterns by John Scott are...
CDL Parachute Mayfly
F.E.B (furled elongated body) Drake
F.E.B. (furled extended body) Hopper
Pine Squirrel Cheater
Twelve Cent Trout Killer