Every fisherman should have a few beadhead prince nymphs in their box.  A pattern that is so versatile and effective.  I show you how to tie a prince nymph in today’s fly tying video.

 

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Here are the materials needed for the Prince Nymph:

Hook:  Mustad 3906b size #12

Tail:  Brown Goose Biots

Body:  peacock hearl

Rib:  medium gold tinsel

Hackle:  Brown Saddle Hackle

Wing:  White Goose Biots

Bead:  1/8 Cyclops Bead Eyes

Thread:  Black ultra thread #70

 


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I’m Dave Stewart, a passionate fly-tying mentor, course teacher and writer. I want to take risks, meet interesting people, go hard, challenge myself and explore the world.

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