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Ghost Nymph, Black

Item #: 615020089
Your Price: $1.65

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The Black Ghost Nymph is a unique fly pattern initially developed on Western tailwaters. This fly aside from playing a role in imitating darker mayfly nymphs, is probably best suited as an attractor or searching nymph pattern. The long legs and iridescent body beckon fish for a closer look before finally coaxing them to pick it up. The Black Ghost Nymph should occupy a space alongside your best searching nymph patterns.

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