The Prince nymph is an elegant, effective subsurface fly that in its original form is recognized by fly anglers all over the world. With subtle changes in materials and the position of them, we have tied the same fly the same way, the results of which are two distinct profiles of this wonderful fly.
One is tied with a coachman brown hackle collar and the white goose biot wings turned upwards. And the second is tied with a brown speckled hen hackle collar and the white goose biot wings with the tips turned downwards. It's the same fly, yet each style offers a specific profile. See what you think below. The first set is taken from a top angle, and the second set from the side.
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In the end, I think either pattern, when fished properly, will produce equally as well as the other.
Sharpen your hooks!
Show the fish and see what they say...I doubt they will notice any difference...:)
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