I just wanted to post a new fly that I had some recent success with fishing the streams of West Virginia. This is my version of a Black Stone nymph. It's essentially a mixture of a prince, copper john, and pheasant tail nymphs. I start with a tungsten bead and 8 wraps of lead wire. The tail and wing case consists of black goose biots. The abdomen is black ultra wire. Peacock hearl is used to form the thorax, and black pheasant tail fibers for the legs.
I prefer to fish it under an indicator. It's a heavy nymph, which works well to get the fly deep in fast water.
Thanks! I hope you all enjoy!