This stonefly was collected from Fall Creek on March 30th, 2007 and added to Troutnut.com on April 2nd, 2007.
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Perfect Candidate for a Woven Fly 4 Replies »
But which weave?ReplyAgnetina 2 Replies »
Both the "Crisscross" and the "Mossback" (according to pics in Leeson & Schollmeyer) look to me anyway as being good candidates, but before I climb that mountain, was wondering if anyone here has a strong recommendation.
This reminds me of the time I met this guy who was good at weaving flies, so I tried to butter him up to give me a few. I did that by bringing him to a private spot where I had access. I put him on fish. He caught fish. He never said thanks, and I never got a fly. Oh well, hope springs eternal.
friend of the friendless,
champion of the underdog.
Posted by GONZO
on Apr 3, 2007
From the anal gills and the markings, this appears to be Agnetina--probably capitata.Reply
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