The Prince Nymph designed in 1941 by Doug Prince can be fished effectively in both lakes and streams. Also known as the BROWN FORKED TAIL, it has truly stood the test of time. Is it an attractor, or is it a direct imitation? You be the judge. All we know is it works under many conditions.
A classic pattern that is as effective today as they day it was invented in the thirties. The natural peacock and contrasting white biot's across the back of the pattern help this fly to flicker as it swims in the current letting fish know food is here. Best used to imitate caddis, drake or stonefly nymphs.