Nymphs

Like dry flies, nymphs come in a variety of styles and patterns. Technically, nymphs are a type of wet fly. Nymphs, though technically wet flies, refer to subsurface flies that specifically imitate water nymphs, insects or crustaceans, generally don't have wings like traditional wet flies, and sometimes have a bead for added weight
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