Developed around 1940, the Prince nymph, with its biot wings and tail combined with a peacock herl body, has been fooling fish for decades. The addition of a gold beadhead to the original pattern gives it a bit more flash and some weight to help get to the strike zone quickly. The Prince nymph is probably the best general searching/attractor pattern there is. It can represent many aquatic insects (mayflies, caddis, small stoneflies, water boatmen, etc., etc.) and is a go-to fly in both rivers and lakes. Available in sizes 10 thru 18.