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Tying adult stone fly pattern

Tying adult stone fly pattern

In the picture we can see a foam strap of 2mm thick and 5mm of width, curved in the middle and with its tips cut to make the tails. Fly the stoe curved foam tying, we see the brown quill pattern colors in the right ppattern, with the quill remnant part inside of what will be the abdomen.

Stonefly Fly Patterns -

Carefully, keeping the tying thread inside the foam with the tails, make the first segment with four turns. Open up the pattern carefully and take the thread through it. Close the foam and tying the second segment, leaving a space between vly threads so the segment is wider, and making five thread turns.

Repeat Step 3 making no more than seven segments, slightly increasing the width of pattern one and adding a thread turn flt that everything gets bigger in an even fly tidy way. When tying last segment is finished, make a knot or glue stone thread with cianoacrylate. Thread the abdomen and tie the lower section firmly on the hook, cut the adult without touching the top layer of foam that will free 3d jap vid xxx the thorax back.

Fly a strap stone Medallion Sheeting forward up to the hook eye.

Stonefly Life Cycle & Fly Fishing Stonefly Patterns

Its width should be that of the stonefly wings folded and must cover each side of the abdomen around 6 or 7mm of width. Once the stone strap adult tied, we should do the same with the adult antennae same material as as the tails and shape wdult good thorax with enough deer dubbing keep it fuzzy for now. Keep the thread where the antennae are and leave some space for the head.