Fly Patterns

Boehm's Gurgler

The Boehm's Gurgler fly.

The Boehm's Gurgler has proven to be a winner for surface-feeding baby tarpon, but it can be equally effective when used for snook, seatrout, redfish, jacks, and highly aggressive bluefish. Freshwater species like largemouth and peacock bass can't resist a well presented gurgler.

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The Chewbacca

The Chewbacca is a knock-off of Pinczkowski’s Bad Hair Day tied on a jig hook. It is easy to cast and lands lightly, but has an outsized profile. The craft fur, which makes up the bulk of the fly, moves very well with minimal fly motion. Because the fly rides hook point up and the body acts as a weed guard, the Chewbacca is relatively weedless.

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Clouser Minnow

The Clouser Minnow fly.

The Clouser has likely caught more species than any other fly, from bluewater species to bluegill. It can easily be adapted to your needs by modifying the size, sink rate, material and color in any way you want.

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Crystal Schminnow

The Crystal Schminnow fly.

The Crystal Schminnow is an effective fly for any species that's looking for a shrimp or minnow because it approximates everything without specifically imitating anything. Saltwater species like snook, seatrout, baby tarpon, bluefish, mackerel, redfish, and even false albacore or tuna willingly eat this fly. Freshwater predators like largemouth bass, peacock bass, shad, crappie, and others will take it with little reservation as well.

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Fleeing Crab

The Fleeing Crab fly.

The Fleeing Crab is a great pattern to use for crab eating fish of all types including redfish, permit, bonefish, and black drum. Pompano on the flats are a possibility as they scour the bottom in search of crabs or even sand fleas.

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The Seaducer fly.

The Seaducer is a simple yet versatile and productive fly pattern that will catch a wide variety of species in both fresh and salt. Snook, tarpon, redfish, seatrout, sharks, largemouth and peacock bass and many others will investigate and eat this fly.

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