Fly Patterns

Seed Bead Furry: Using Silver Lined Japanese Seed Beads

Recreate fly patterns at home! Materials used in making this fly have been included below. Always keep in mind your local fly-fishing store will most likely have the materials referenced, and typically for less. Materials can also be found at Amazon or any other major on-line resource.

Fly-Tying Materials

Design Inspiration & Detail

Into experimentation mode on this one – goal was to make it a rendition of a small baitfish. Funny how it crosses the lines of a baitfish, shrimp, and worm. The fly doesn’t foul, making it very easy to fish. So far the fly has produced well in the backwaters of South Florida. Use white, greys, pinks, peach, and various other pale colors – be creative. Options for upgrading the pattern are endless.

Target Species

This particular fly was designed to attract Snook and Redfish – jacks, Barracuda, and many other species will also take the fly.

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1 Comment

  1. D. Munoz
    December 12, 2014 at 3:55 AM — Reply

    Awesome site JD. Way cool pics of the flies!

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