Stonefly Nymph

Stonefly nymphs are not as prevalent in numbers in most rivers as their mayfly and caddisfly counterparts, but they still make up a decent portion of a fishes diet.

Larger in size, these insects provide fish with more ‘bang for your buck’. Stonefly nymphs require highly oxygenated water so should be well weighted and typically fished on a dead drift near the bottom portion of faster moving water.