Enrico Puglisi Saltwater Fly - Finger Mullet
A classic mullet pattern from expert fly tier Enrico Puglisi, the Finger Mullet is a wonderful imitation of mullet and other small baitfish often found in backcountry mangroves. Sporting a monofilament weed guard and a powerful “business on top and party in the back” appearance, this deadly Finger Mullet has taken redfish, snook and tarpon from a variety of locations around the world. Its seductive eyes and natural looking colors entice gamefish to chomp down on the strong Gamakatsu® hook.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 Great Bait This is an awesome fly, real easy to work. i fish down south of marco in the goodland area and it did great, gets many different fish to bite caught many snook, reds, jacks, and 2 baby tarpon on this and ladyfish love it. October 28, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by goodchicken Ep mullet fly This is the most versitile fly I have ever used. I use these inshore, on the grassflats, beach fishing for spawning snook, sightcating for Reds, rivers. ANY predatory fish that swims the areas I mentioned will violently attack this fly, when active, and try to eat it cause it is so realistic and it it looks like the primary food source for predatory fish, mullet. This fly doesn't foul as much as the Peanut Butter. Get yourself a small moustache comb to attach to your zinger/tool retractor to comb out the fouls when needed. These flies are very durable. I cought over ten Snook one night under a dock lite and the flies eyes were scratched up but that same fly still catches fish today. I know how to tie these. If you subscibe to his website the master himself will "shoal you" as he would say it, with very detailed video how to tie some of his most produtive flies. July 2, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by mekox Not too bad. Took this on a trip to weedon island down in FL. Caught a 21" trout and a few small ones. But just make sure there are no ladyfish around because they will tear this fly up! April 23, 2010
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