Pat's Rubber Leg Stone
Pat's Rubber Leg Stonefly Nymph
Pat's Rubber Leg Stone, the latest version of the girdle bug, is a popular fly pattern that is used to imitate a stonefly nymph. It is a simple fly to tie, but it is very effective. The fly is made with a weighted bead head and a body of chenille or yarn. The legs are made of rubber strands, which give the fly a lot of movement in the water.
Pat's Rubber Leg Stone is a versatile fly that can be used in a variety of water conditions. It is a good choice for fishing in both still and moving water. The fly is also effective for fishing in a variety of depths.
Here are some additional tips for fishing with Pat's Rubber Leg Stone:
• Fish the fly slowly and methodically.
• Use a strike indicator to help you detect strikes.
• Fish in areas where stonefly nymphs are present.
• Experiment with different colors and sizes of fly to find what works best in your area.
Pat-s Rubber Leg Stone, an upgrade from the original Girdle Bug, has become a very popular pattern for imitating stonefly nymphs. It is a simple yet very effective fly. Can be used in a variety of water conditions, and it is a good choice for fishing for a variety of species of fish.
Black w/ Black Legs
Black w/ Olive Legs
Black/Brown w/ Olive Legs
Brown/Orange w/ Olive Legs
Coffee/Black w/ Olive Legs
Coffee/Brown w/ Olive Legs
Dark Olive w/ Olive Legs
Sizes: #08 - #12