stone fly

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Synonyms for stone fly

primitive winged insect with a flattened body

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Liebl, vice president of business development, Stone Fly Networks, Inc.
I've been having exceptional fishing up there this spring," Marz said, noting that he switches to fishing a golden stone fly beneath the surface "when the dry fly action shuts off.
His journal entry from April 1984 reads: "Stream conditions were perfect; warm, sunny, 70 degrees, water temperature 58 degrees and a fair stone fly hatch.
My fly box is filled mostly with brown, olive and black wooly buggers, stone fly nymphs and crayfish imitations.
Then, one chilly day, a stone fly skimming along an icy stream made Marden wonder whether the first flying insects took off from water, not land.