Simram Bonefish Fly: HD Bonefish Flies, Part Seven

“The Simram Bonefish Fly is a great shrimpy pattern that has a ton of action in the water.” – Capt. Jesse Males

The Simram Bonefish Fly was another request by one of my followers on my Youtube Channel. This variation of the fly is quick and easy to tie. It uses some synthetic and natural furs to create a fly that has the look and feel that bonefish crave…so I am told. I won’t know for sure until I test it out on my trip this April!

And to be honest…I don’t know if it is the Simran or Simram. Either way, I don’t think the fish care to much!

simran bonefish fly
Simran Bonefish Fly

The ingredients for this fly are listed below!

Simran Bonefish Fly
Simran Bonefish Fly
  • Hook: #6 Daiichi 2546
  • Eyes: Small Lead Eyes
  • Tail: Pseudo Hair
  • Flash: Pearl/Tan Krystal Flash
  • Body: Flat Diamond Braid
  • Wing: Rabbit Fur
  • Thread: 210 Flat Wax Nylon by Danville

Below is the HD Fly Tying Video that I put together for this fly. Enjoy!

If you have not seen the previous videos in my HD Fly Tying Series, be sure to check them out by clicking on the following links…

Part One, Part Two, Part Three, Part Four, Part Five, and Part Six!

I hope this video has blessed you in your fly tying endeavors. Be sure to Subscribe to our Youtube Channel to follow along as we continue this series of bonefish flies.

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Keep your hearts right, and your lines tight!

Capt. Jesse Males

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