Tying Bonefish Flies the Pink Puff
The Tying Bonefish Flies the Pink Puff video shows you how to tie the most productive pattern that used while bone fishing last spring.
- Hook: 2546 Daiichi
- Wing: Calf Tail Tan or White
- Wing: Krystal Flash
- Wing: Grizzly Hackle Feathers
- Eyes: Bead Chain Eyes
- Body: Ultra Chenille
Tying Greg’s Flats Fly for Bonefish
I found this fly referenced in Dick Brown’s book Bonefish Fly Patterns and on several blog’s online- specifically the excellent DIY Bonefishing Blog. Greg’s Flats Fly was created by Greg Miheve. The calf tail claws make this pattern stand out. Don’t go on your next trip without several in your fly box.
Materials to tie Greg’s Flats Fly can be found here: Greg’s Flats Fly Materials
Tying the Bonefish Bitters
The Bonefish Bitters has become a standard in and a must have pattern for just about any bonefishing destination. Originated by Craig Mathews of Blue Ribbon flies, the Bonefish Bitters, can be tied in sizes 10-6. The color of the head (the epoxyed bead chain eyes) is typically tinted. Use a tan or brown tinted fly over sand, rubble, or mud bottom. Olive is a good color for fishing over grass. Orange or Pink are great colors for attracting strikes. In this version I use clear UV Resin...