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  1. Zug Bug

    Zug Bug

    Zug Bug: The Zug Bug is a classic attractor pattern. It's very heavy use of Peacock makes it extremely appealing to Trout. Very Similar to the Prince nymph, this fly can be just as effective. A great fly to have for Trout.

    Starting at: $0.81

  2. Yuk Bug

    Yuk Bug

    Yuk Bug

    Starting at: $0.92

  3. Wonder Nymph

    Wonder Nymph

    Wonder Nymph

    Starting at: $0.81

  4. Waterboatman

    Waterboatman

    Waterboatman: Waterboatman are extremely prevelant in lakes, and they can be found in the slower areas of moving water as well. This fly is a great pattern for Trout, especially if you plan on fishing lakes.

    Starting at: $0.81

  5. Water Diva, PMD

    Water Diva, PMD

    Water Diva, PMD

    Starting at: $0.81

  6. Water Diva, Olive

    Water Diva, Olive

    Water Diva, Olive

    Starting at: $0.81

  7. Two Tone Series, Yellow

    Two Tone Series, Yellow

    Yellow Two Tone Series: This is a great general attractor nymph. The tone tone color helps this pattern stand-out. An excellent nymph to carry for Trout.

    Starting at: $0.81

  8. Two Tone Series, Hares Ear

    Two Tone Series, Hares Ear

    Hares Ear Two Tone Series: This is a great general attractor nymph. The tone tone color patterns resemble that of natural nymphs. An excellent nymph to carry for Trout.

    Starting at: $0.81

  9. Two Tone Series, Brown

    Two Tone Series, Brown

    Brown Two Tone Series: This is a great general attractor nymph. The tone tone color patterns resemble that of natural nymphs. An excellent nymph to carry for Trout.

    Starting at: $0.81

  10. Trico, Glass Bead

    Trico, Glass Bead

    Glass Bead Trico: The Tricos are the tiniest of the Mayflies, and they tend to hatch later in the season. The glass bead on this nymph helps to draw a Trout's attention.

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  11. Trico Nymph

    Trico Nymph

    Trico Nymph: The Trico is the tiniest of Mayflies, and they hatch late in the season. This is the perfect match for a Trico nymph. An excellent Trout fly.

    Starting at: $0.81

  12. Trico Emerger

    Trico Emerger

    Trico Emerger: This is a good imitation of a Trico nymph. The Tricos are the tiniest of the Mayflies, and tend to hatch later in the season. The detail in this pattern, make this a great pattern for Trout.

    Starting at: $0.81

  13. Timberline Nymph

    Timberline Nymph

    Timberline Nymph

    Starting at: $0.81

  14. Tellico

    Tellico

    Tellico Nymph: This is a classic attractor pattern that can catch fish year round. A great choice for both Trout and Steelhead.

    Starting at: $0.81

  15. Teeny Nymph

    Teeny Nymph

    Teeny Nymph

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  16. Sulphur Hump's, Fly Fishing Flies, Nymphs. Discount flies at theflystop.com. High Resolution.

    Sulphur, Hump's

    Hump's Sulphur Nymph: This a natural looking Sulphur nymph, that has proven it's worth as an excellent Sulphur imitation. This fly is also good as a general nymph pattern. A great nymph to have for Trout.

    Starting at: $0.81

  17. Sulphur, Glass Bead

    Sulphur, Glass Bead

    Glass Bead Sulphur Nymph: The nymph to match the Sulphur hatch. Also, a great attractor pattern. A good nymph to have for Trout.

    Starting at: $0.81

  18. Sulphur Nymph

    Sulphur Nymph

    Sulphur Nymph: A great nymph pattern to match the Sulphur hatch. This pattern is also a good general attractor fly, and it fishes well in off colored water. A great nymph for Trout.

    Starting at: $0.81

  19. Still Water Nymph

    Still Water Nymph

    Still Water Nymph

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  20. Split Nymph

    Split Nymph

    Split Nymph

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Mayfly nymphs make up a major part of the insect life we fish for trout and other species alike. So, as all of us know the nymph is the stage of the insect that is still aquatic. Different than the mayfly dry fly these mayfly nymphs sometimes they have a bead and sometimes does not, but all versions are fished under the water in rivers and lakes. The more informative description of nymphs is as follows: A nymph is the immature form of an insect that undergoes incomplete metamorphosis. A nymph differs from a larva in that a nymph becomes an adult without first becoming a pupa and that a nymph typically resembles a smaller, wingless version of an adult, whereas a larva can differ radically from the corresponding adult form.

So, it’s easy to say not all insects go through a nymphal stage. But we still refer to them as nymphs, whether they are or not they are fished usually on a dead drift, others act as an emerging insect. Most mayfly nymphs fall into the aspect of being, swimmers, crawlers, borrowers, and finally clingers. Whereas a nymph chironomid flies have a life cycle of just larvae and pupa. In contrast to nymphs that develop on land, the aquatic young of dragonflies, damselflies, stoneflies, and mayflies are sometimes referred to and called naiads. Their metamorphosis is more complicated, involving a change to a different environment. The aquatic nymph has gills and other modifications for an aquatic existence. Nymphs are an important element in the food of trout and are imitated by mayfly nymph patterns in which fly fisherman use when nymph fishing for trout. The aquatic nymph at maturity floats to the surface or crawls out of the water, goes through its last molt and emerges as a winged adult.

Nymph chironomid flies are typically referred to as midge larvae and midge pupa patterns. They technically do not go through a nymphal stage in their life cycle. Even though most refer to nymph chironomid flies when trying to represent a midge in emergence they fall into a different category completely. Having a mayfly nymph fly such as the Pheasant Tail, Hares Ear and the Prince Nymph will cover a lot of profiles of your mayfly nymph at any given time. Every prolific fly box should have a good variation of the mayfly nymph and mayfly nymph fly patterns amongst their emerging form as well, this will able you to match the hatch and have successful days on most any river or lake you are fishing.