Published May 24. 2016 - 7 years ago
Updated or edited Apr 27. 2018

EP Mole Crab

The EP Mole Crab was developed by Enrico Puglisi for big Bonefish, Redfish and Permit. The Mole Crab can be tied in many colors, with the best colors being Tan and Sand. The Mole Crab imitates a small round crab guessed it....a Mole Crab. The Mole Crab doesn't really look like a crab. It actually looks more like a sand flea or a "sand crab". These crabs burrow and scurry about in sandy areas near shallow water. They are a favorite forage for big Redfish and Bonefish cruising in the surf!!

Ep Mole Crab Fly Tying Recipe:
Hook: #01 Gamakatsu SL11-3H
Thread" FL. Green or Chartreuse Veevus 6/0
Weight: Large Plain Lead Eyes
Eyes: Large Black Mono Eyes
Body: Tan Furry Foam
Body1: Orange EP Short Streamer Brush
Body2: Tan EP Woolly Critter Brush
Legs: Tan EP Crab Claws
Weed Guard: 20LB RIO Hard Alloy Mono
Body Glue: Clear Hot Glue
Glue: Brush On Zap A Gap



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