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    I was wondering if anyone knows nymphs that start with an A

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    Any nymph that has a name starting with "articulated" or "american" like american pheasant tail or american march brown nymph.

    The aggravator can be articulated as an "Articulated Aggravator" Nymph.

    If you are going down that alphabet, any bead head nymph starts with a "B"





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    Thanks silver

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    Andre Pyuans's A.P. Nymph series.

    A.P. Nymph

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    Old time pattern called The Androscoggin nymph which is (if I remember correct) essentially a brown hairs ear with pheasant wing case cover and fox or woodchuck used as the tail. I'm not sure if I still have any...……………. Even if I did I have no photo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moucheur2003 View Post
    Andre Pyuans's A.P. Nymph series.

    A.P. Nymph
    ^^^^ Well done.
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    Atherton Nymphs...designed by John Atherton:

    The Atherton Boys


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    The Aggravator.........


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    Alder fly, winged wet . Props to Dick Talleur.

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    Amber nymph, created by Dr Howard Alexander Bell, I've had some success with it when sedge flies are hatching. I think it represents the ascending nymph prior to hatching, certainly spooning trout that I have caught on one revealed bright orange/amber sedge pupae in the throat and stomach contents.

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