Published Sep 22. 2021 - 2 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 22. 2021

12 iconic saltwater flies - real swimming action

12 classic saltwater flies swimming under water. See how they behave, and how the different color combinations work in a natural saltwater environment. These flies were originated by masters like Homer Rhodes, Joe Brooks, Lefty Kreh, Dan Blanton, Bob Popovics and Bob Clouser.

Each and every one of these patterns have great cross-over potential, and are equally effective in freshwater fishing for trout, bass, walleye, zander pike, musky, perch and and other predators. The flies in the video are my scaled down versions, that I use for saltwater fishing for seatrout (sea run brown) in the salt as well as in freshwater - and for pike and perch.

The flies are:
Homer Rhodes/Joe Brook’s Blondes
· Platinium Blonde
· Strawberry Blonde
· Honey Blonde
· Argentine Blonde
Homer Rhodes´ - Seaducer
Lefty Kreh´s - Lefty’s Deciever
Ken Abrames´ - Flatwings
· Chartreuse, Lavender and Blue Mini Flatwing
· Grizzly, White and Lavender Mini Flatwing
· Chartreuse and Mixed Mini Flatwing
Bob Popovics’ - Jiggy
Bob Clouser’s - Clouser Deep Minnow
Dan Blanton’s - White Whistler Red

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Michael and Ulla

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