|Rocky River Trout Unlimited||
Stillwater Fly Patterns are primarily designed to be
suggestive or imitative of the food sources found in ponds, lakes and slow-moving, meandering streams.
In North Carolina at higher altitudes, trout adapt well to a stillwater habitat if the body of water
remains cold and well oxygenated year-round. A number of Freshwater Fly Patterns for smallmouth bass, rock bass, sunfish and other freshwater species are also included here since these gamefish are more predominate in the stillwater habitats throughout our mountains.