Published Mar 31. 2021 - 8 months ago

Black Stonefly Nymph

Flyfishermen in the search for trout and graylings love the exciting visual fishing with dry flies. But keep in mind that the amount of food for the fish in the rivers is many times bigger below the surface than actually on. A heavy nymph fished at the bottom or as close to as possible is often many times more effective than a floating fly on the surface. In this video the talented flyfisher Jesper Lindquist Andersen is demonstrating another of his simple yet super effective flies - this time a small Black Stonefly Nymph, always keep a few of them in the box - and try olive and brown versions while you are at the vice.

Black Stonefly Nymph

Hook: Ahrex FW540 Curved Nymph
Thread: Black Veevus
Head: Black 3,2 mm bead
Tail: Black Goose Biots
Body: Black Nymph Skin
Thorax: Midnight Black Dubbing
Legs: Black Goose Biots

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Martin Joergensen
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