Published Aug 2. 2017 - 2 years ago
Updated or edited Aug 3. 2017

Balking Shrimp

This is a pattern that I've been tying for a client over the past couple years that has been fished in Mexico and Hawaii for bonefish and other saltwater sportfish species. The fly is a variation of Bob Veverka's Mantis Shrimp pattern and has been a killer with the bones. I prefer using silicone legs vs. the rubber because the rubber breaks down rather quickly and the silicone remains intact for a longer period of time.

Balking Shrimp Fly Pattern

Shank: Saltwater hook #2-6
Thread: Tan 6/0 (140d)
Weight: Lead barbell eyes
Tail: Tan craft fur & grizzly hackle
Flash: Pearl & black crystal flash
Eyes: Black painted mono eyes
Body: Tan Senyo Laser Dubb
Legs: Silicone tab legs

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