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  1. #1
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    Default Stimi

    This guy had an orange and yellow ab/thorax. I guess it is why we tie the stimi? Stone fly? I had no clue, but he sure was cool lookin'.


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    Can't tell unless I see the bottom, but it looks like a yellow sally ,a small stonefly, very common on Little River. Caddis wings fold "moth like" to make a tent, where stoneflies lie flat on top of each other. I've seen pools boil with trout rises in Late May early June evenings about 7:00 till dark when they return to lay eggs.

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    Yeah, I knew it wasn't a Caddis, but had never ran into a stone fly (that I knew about) that had yellow abs and an orange thorax. If you look closely, you can see the orange. I have just started paying attention to such things in the last year or so. Lots to learn.

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    Yes, I agree with Kytroutbum, looks like a yellow stonefly to me also.

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    Reminds me of my very favorite dry fly to use in the Park... the good ole irresistible yellow wulff.
    I got no style, I'm strictly roots.

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