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 insects or crustaceans, generally don't have wings like traditional wet flies, and sometimes have a bead for added weight
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