Published Jan 9. 2017 - 4 years ago
Updated or edited Apr 27. 2018

Mega Prince

The Mega Prince is a great fly developed by Dan Delekta. The Mega Prince is the perfect high water fly and imitates a buggy stonefly nymph. The Mega Prince is best fished as the lead fly on a nymph rig. This fly has a lot of movement to it. The rubber legs and marabou tail allow for the fly to pulse and move in the water. A great western stonefly nymph imitation and a must have when you visit the west!!!

Mega Prince Fly Tying Recipe:
Hook: #06-10 Tiemco 5262
Bead: Copper Cyclops Bead or Copper Tungsten Bead
Thread: Black Veevus 8/0
Tail: Brown Grizzly Marabou
Legs: Olive/Green Flake Barred Crazy Legs
Body: Peacock Herl
Rib: Copper Brassie Wire
Collar1: Natural India Hen Back
Collar2: Peacock Ice Dub
Wings: White Goose Biots

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