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Brown Bonefish Bitters - Fly

Price: $2.50 (single fly per size)
Price: $2.25 (3 or more per size)
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Description of the Brown Bonefish Bitters - Fly:

Bitters were originally developed for Bonefish on the flats around Belize. They have now been proven to work all over the world. This fly will catch a variety of saltwater fish and freshwater anglers are finding the Amber or Brown Bitter to be effective for Carp, Bass, Panfish and many others. This pattern will imitate small crabs, shrimp, urchins, crayfish and other items fish feed on. The glue covered eyes and synthetic materials create a translucent silhouette that fish find irresistible.
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bonefish bitters
Rating: 3 of 5 [3 of 5]
Reviewed by: kurt on 09/04/2009
Experience Level: Amatuer - Ownership: 4 - 12 Months
Pros: I have purchased the brn bonefish bitters and it does catch bonefish in HI. They seem to be attracted to it quite consistently.
Cons: The hook is too weak to handle the larger bonefish. First day, 3rd cast, got a bite on the bitters and the fish promptly straightened out the hook on the strike.
Other Thoughts: Can stronger hooks and larger sizes be made?
 
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