Double Bead Micro StoneStonefly Nymphs are a Proven Pattern!The most realistic small Stone/Mayfly Nymph we have ever seen! This is an excellent choice for deep water nymphing because of the double bead paired up with the small size this nymph sinks without a problem! Not only is this a great stone nymph but it's so buggy that it could double as a mayfly nymph! Nymph Fishing Video Tips Instructional Video - How to Setup a Double Nymph Rig!Nymphs in rivers are successfully fished on a slack line drift using a strike indicator. This is because nearly all river nymphs either cling to rocks or crawl, very few actually swim. Wade fisherman will typically cast them upstream and let them drift downstream using mends to keep the line slack and the fly fishing "drag free" with no tension. Another method is using a dry dropper method. This is where you use your dry fly as the strike indicator and tie the nymph on underneath it, we have a killer video on this too! Dry Fly and Dropper Nymph VideoHigh Stick Nymphing Tips and VideoHigh stick nymphing is also done with a strike indicator and is deadly on big rivers where fast currents suck your line underwater! Some of the biggest trout live in water that has whirlpools and harsh seamlines. Learn how to high stick nymph by raising your rod up high and preventing drag from occurring when the line is sucked underwater. This is very effective, especially with rods longer than 9'.Shop Online for Fly Boxes Right Now!