Stimulator Dry Fly - 2 Pack

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Item No.: F19726
4 available colors
Black
14SKU: 190632
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12SKU: 190631
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10SKU: 190630
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Olive
14SKU: 190629
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12SKU: 190628
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10SKU: 190627
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Orange
14SKU: 190626
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12SKU: 190625
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10SKU: 190624
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Yellow
14SKU: 190623
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12SKU: 190622
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10SKU: 190621
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Product Details

Product Details

You'll want a Stimulator Dry Fly - 2 Pack option or two in your fly box because it looks similar to a variety of bugs trout eat! Often thought of only as an attractor pattern or as a strike indicator in front of a smaller dry or while nymphing, the Stimulator Dry Fly by itself in an orange body resembles a salmonfly in the larger hook size. In yellow colors and smaller sizes, use it to act as a golden stonefly or a sallie, which can hatch at the same moment as other mayflies. Browns can mimic stoneflies and the olives can be used in place of olive-colored sallies as well. The Stimulator floats high and can even look like a caddis to searching trout. More than one fly angler has found that a Stimulator produces surprising results when nothing else works! It's nothing specific but looks like something to trout, so keep a few slots open in the fly box for a Stimulator Dry Fly - 2 Pack!


  • Use for brown trout, rainbow trout, brook trout, cutthroat trout, smallmouth bass, and more
  • Mimics a variety of insects including salmonflies, stoneflies, caddis, and even hoppers, although it is most often used as an attractor fly
  • Technique: use as a strike indicator for a smaller dry fly or in a dropper rig with a nymph; works well on its own when cast as a dead drift dry, swung through the current or even stripped below the surface
  • Qty. per Pack: 2

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