Prince nymphs have been consistently catching fish since their creation many many years ago. Here is a simple variation that is a great addition to anyones flybox. I personally believe the bloody prince is easier to tie than the traditional prince nymph. I won’t venture to say it catches more fish, but there are those days when the fish do take it unceasingly. I made this video right after getting my rotary vise, so it is a little slow going, but I hope it still gets the basic instructions across. I often tie black biots for the tail instead of the pheasant tail fibers, but both versions catch fish. This again is a great winter/spring fly. Give it a try, and add a new pattern to your arsenal.