Saturday, January 31, 2015


The Prince nymph is one of the most common attractor nymphs out there, but it is hard to argue with it's fish catching prowess. Maybe it lies in the white "horns", or the subtle peacock herl flash, or even the ubiquitous subaquatic shape, or maybe it is all that wrapped into one pattern. The bottom line is that this fly catches fish east to west, in many sizes, so it was an obvious choice to launch our fly tying video series! Please enjoy this initial installment.

Prince Nymph from William Grobe on Vimeo.

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