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Old 06-17-2009, 11:57 AM
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Default Prince Nymph Without Beard....

Do you think the fish will mind ?

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I like to use this pattern for panfish, but I'm lazy and always look for shortcuts. The part I like the least in tying this pattern is the beard, so I
left it off the dozen I tied last night. I let you know if the fish care......
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Default Re: Prince Nymph Without Beard....

The most important thing for fish isn't the beard but the moustache
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Default Re: Prince Nymph Without Beard....

Handsome little Prince. I'm saying the fish won't care, but hope you come back and let us know. Don't sound too confident, huh, lol?
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Default Re: Prince Nymph Without Beard....

Hey guys!
I never had a chance to try the beardless prince: the bass were nailing
wooly buggers. The prince nymph is an attractor pattern, and I don't think
the beard is attractive. Actually, skipping the beard gives me time to tie
one extra per hour .
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