Brown Bear Tackle Box Nymph Patterns

All nymphs are basically multi-specie, meaning all fish eat them at some stage of their lives.

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A

Aileen Chironomid
Alder Larva
Als Lumby Fly
Amber Nymph
Arthofer Nymph

B

Baby Doll
Barrie Welham Nymph
Big Hole Demon
Bitch Creek
Bloodworm
Blue/Grey
Bouyant Buzzer V1
Bouyant Buzzer V2
Burrower Nymph
Buzzer Pupa
BW Nymph

C

Caddis - Hare
Caddis - Horn
Cahil - Light Nymph
Carey Special V1
Carey Special V2
Casual Dress
Chomper V1
Chomper V2
Coachman - Leadwing Nymph
Cockwell's Lead Nymph
Colyer's Green Nymph
Cove's Pheasant Tail

D

Damsel - Green Mountain
Damsel - Long-tailed
Damsel - Nymph
Dormouse Nymph
Dragonfly Nymph

E

Elidon Shrimp

F

Fledermaus

G

Gammarus
Gold Ribbed Hares Ear V1
Golden Shrimp
Governor Nymph
Green Beast
Green LongJohn
Grenadier Nymph

H

Hair Fiber Nymph
Half Back Nymph
Hare & Copper Nymph

 

I

Iron Blue Nymph

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K


L


M


N


O


P

Pheasant Tail Variant
Poly Shrimp
Pond Olive
Pupa - Floating

Q


R


S

Sawyer's Pheasant Tail
Shrimper
Small's Green Nymph
Stick Fly
Stonefly - Ted's

T

Teeny Nymph

U

Ucero

V


W

Walkers Nymph
Whitlock Stonefly Creeper
Wing Knot Emerger
Wonder Bug - V1

X


Y


Z

Zug Bug-V1
Zug bug-V2
Zug Bug