Tony’s Millennium Prince Nymph — fly tying video

In this new fly tying video, Tony Torrence demonstrates his Millennium Prince Nymph pattern. This is a great fly for trout or steelhead — combining three of my all-time favorite fly materials: tungsten, rubber legs and peacock. He also demonstrates how to use the Marc Petitjean Magic Tool. You probably won’t find anything close commercially tied, so get on it.

Millenium Prince

Millennium Prince Nymph
Hook: TMC 3761 size 8-14
Thread: Black 6/0
Bead: Tungsten 5/32 (for size 10 hook)
Tail: Medium Round Rubber legs, black
Body: Peacock herl
Rib: Silver brassie wire
Flash: Pearl mylar
Hackle: Brown hen saddle
Front legs: White medium round rubber

Collar: Peacock herl

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One Response to Tony’s Millennium Prince Nymph — fly tying video

  1. David Swart says:

    Another good tye,can’t wait to tye some up and give them a try,I like to spin my peacock herl with uni-wire (fine) in olive to strengthen the herl.

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