Nymphs are a stage of development for many aquatic insects. During this stage, the insects are under water developing to adulthood. These insects can be under water from approx. 1 to 3 years. Trout prefer to stay completely under the water for safety. As a result, they eat many more nymphs than adult insects. Try them; you will like the results! This particular nymph is a dragonfly nymph that is usually used in warm waters, but can trick coldwater fish!
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