Our head guide, Eric Paulson out of Livingston, decided there was a need for a different kind of Stonefly. Typically, when you see a big stonefly fluttering across the water their wings are coming untucked as they struggle to make it to the bank. This fly is a hot mess of goodness for tricking trout into taking big stoneflies off the surface. This fly fishes great solo and works great to hold up big nymphs hung behind this dry. When other stonefly imitations are not getting it done, the Flutter Bug will surely seal the deal with its unique style.