As all of you know twra is so graciously kind to stock streams in East Tennessee with plenty of good fighting and skillet friendly rainbows. I've only been fully committed to fly fishing for trout for a couple years now after spin fishing for trout my entire life with my dad and papaw, both of which still spin fish regiously and there's nothing wrong with it. My papaw was the one who got me fly fishing for panfish and bass when I was young. And everyone knows inline spinners are excellent for stocker rainbows. I've been wondering if anyone has recommendations on some small streamer patterns(other than Wooly buggers) that will fool some stockers in the upcoming months. Possibly something that can mimic the color and flash of a mepps spinner. Now don't get me wrong I'd rather be hip deep in the clinch or wading some freestone streams in GSMNP or Tellico river, but when flows are unfavorable there's nothing wrong with going after the stockers than we in turn pay for with license fees. Any fishing is better than no fishing. But please any and all ideas, thoughts, patterns, words of wisdom would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!