The Baby Mylar Prince Nymph is a small but deadly fly pattern. It is used to catch trout, bass, salmon, panfish, and walleye. The fly pattern is very simple and should be used on cloudier days, due to its brown and green colors.
When people think fly fishing, they often think it’s all about the dry flies, but every fly fishing angler knows that you need an arsenal of flies when out fishing. I catch more fish of nymphs than I do dry flies. Unless there is a solid hatch happening, nymphing will probably be a better bet.
I use the Baby Mylar Prince Nymph on the bottom of my 3-hook setup. A thin tippet and a few small split shots will keep this nymph sunken and looking as natural as possible.