Forgotten Color For Redfish Flies

“In this video we discuss a seemingly forgotten color pattern for redfish flies” – Jesse Males

When I first started fly fishing I came across this color pattern a lot when asking people about what redfish flies were their favorite. However, this color seems to have been replaced with various other colors…well, time to bring it back!

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Jesse Males

Firetiger Tarpon Baitfish Fly: Backwater VLOG #49

Sometimes tarpon need a bright fly that is going to punch them in the face and make them eat…this is that fly.

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Simple to tie, simple materials list, simple to cast…now you just have to find a fish and give it a go!

With tarpon season still on the rise in many areas now is the time to get out there and test patterns like these in your local waters! Undoubtedly this fly can be used to fish many other species as well!

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Jesse Males

EZ Brush Bunny Redfish Fly

Redfish flies come in all shapes and sizes and this one, while a bit unordinary in its look, actually works very well for both tailing and cruising fish.

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If it were just about look, then this fly is already a winner; however, the movement on this fly due to the materials used is what gets the job done.

Next time you are out on the flats chasing some reds be sure to give this fly a try. It is also great in black/purple as well.

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Jesse Males

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