A very general impressionistic pattern the damsel nymph could be confused by trout for a few recognizable parts of their regular diet. This fly is devastatingly effective and brings fish to the net in wide variety of waters and conditions. A ‘buggy’ nymph that seems to imitates almost any natural nymph that trout find tasty.
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Hook Size: 10
Season: Beginning March
Natural Fly: Nymph
Where: Lakes & Rivers
Tips: Usually fished on the point in damsel season for best results. Let it tumble in runs and riffles or a deep water feeding channel in a stream or creek. Stripping it in still waters bring remarkable results.