Britten Jay’s Golden Stone Dry Fly

Britten Jay’s Golden Stone

Britten Jay’s Golden Stone


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A golden stonefly with a black foam egg sack on the end of the abdomen. Golden stoneflies hatch all across the United States, but are very common in Western states. Females will be seen depositing their eggs over riffles and runs. Once golden stoneflies fall into the water, it’s a feast! Make dead-drifts along the grassy edges and wherever brush covers the banks.

They typically hatch from May through July.

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Golden Stoneflies are known to deposit their eggs by skating across the water and using the surface tension to drag the eggs off their abdomen.

  • Foam sighter on the top for easy sighting through rough water.
  • Rubber legs extending off the sides.
  • Big, bulky wings for extra buoyancy.

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10, 8, 6