Published Feb 17. 2023 - 1 year ago
Updated or edited Feb 17. 2023

7 predator flies - underwater special

In this video we take a bunch of my biggest and baddest predator streamer flies underwater in a local lake. Watch the swimming motion of the Monster Bugger, Strip Tiger, Nightwatchman and a bunch of other streamers for pike, musky, bass and large trout. Some articulated and some on single hooks.

I also tell the story and share my thoughts behind some of these fly designs, and give tips to when, where and how to fish them.

Tying tutorial videos on most of these streamers can be found on our YouTube channel on these links:
Yellow Monster Bugger:
Nightwatchman V1:
Nightwatchman V2:
Strip Tiger:
Barred Blue Zonker:

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