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Fishing Flies: Jurassic Stonefly Conehead

August 14, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

“Most anglers adopt what’s called a ‘chuck and duck’ philosophy, preferring to sling, rather than deftly cast, this bug. It’s an exercise in self-preservation.” Glenn West adds a word of warning while noting that this big fly catches a lot of fish. In the Billings Gazette.