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Enrico Puglisi Saltwater Flies - 8-piece Crab Selection


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Enrico Puglisi's Crab Selection Kit includes Enrico's top eight crab patterns for going after bonefish, permit, redfish and stripers. These wonderful, can't-miss crab patterns are incredibly detailed and are tied with Enrico Puglisi's premium-quality synthetic fibers for maximum durability. Each crab pattern in this Crab Selection kit sports a heavy monofilament weed guard that resists vegetation and hang ups and is tied on a sharp Gamakatsu® hook.

    Kit Includes:
  • #2 EP Crab - Blue
  • #2 EP Crab - Tan
  • #1 EP Permit Crab - Green
  • #1 EP Permit Crab - 3-Tone
  • #1 Spawning Crab - Root Beer
  • #1 Spawning Crab - 3-Tone
  • #2 Secret Crab - Tan
  • #2 Secret Crab - Olive
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Southern California surf anglers, be they fly or bait fishers, relish the opportunity to catch these two species of fish, the corbina and the Sea Bass. The corbina, is a sandy beach surf feeder, and to the observant angler, a visual sighting will be the catalyst for most hook ups. These fish will eat small crustaceans such as sand fleas, crabs and shrimp. It will depend on what you will be fishing for in southern California to know if they will work for you or not. Thank You!
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