Okay, I've messed with you guys long enough. The first pattern originated by Doug Prince that he named The Prince Nymph has 2 black goose biots (forked), fine silver oval tinsel rib, BLACK dyed ostrich herl body, 2 white goose biots for the wing and a black hackle. This is the pattern he named The Prince Nymph and unfortunately, the actual pattern got mixed up with a second fly he created that he called The Brown Forked Tail. The Brown Forked Tail is what everyone now calls a Prince Nymph. I became very interested in the history of patterns when I was writing my fly tying column and I used old pattern books (published closer to when the patterns were originally tied) and found some interesting tidbits. Soooo.... you really aren't using a Prince Nymph if it has a peacock herl body, you're using a Brown Forked Tail. Tie up some genuine Prince Nymphs and give them a try... they work! Next quiz will be in regards to who originated the Royal Coachman and how... but that's for another thread.