$8 3 Flies | Chartreuse Tarpon Saltwater Streamer Fly | 3/0 Mustad Sports Outdoors Hunting Fishing Fishing 3,/colorific3966414.html,Chartreuse,Flies,Saltwater,$8,3/0,commcare.ca,|,Tarpon,Streamer,Fly,Sports Outdoors , Hunting Fishing , Fishing,|,Mustad 3,/colorific3966414.html,Chartreuse,Flies,Saltwater,$8,3/0,commcare.ca,|,Tarpon,Streamer,Fly,Sports Outdoors , Hunting Fishing , Fishing,|,Mustad 3 Flies Chartreuse Tarpon Saltwater Fly 0 Streamer Mustad 1 year warranty $8 3 Flies | Chartreuse Tarpon Saltwater Streamer Fly | 3/0 Mustad Sports Outdoors Hunting Fishing Fishing 3 Flies Chartreuse Tarpon Saltwater Fly 0 Streamer Mustad 1 year warranty
Our Chartreuse Saltwater Fly has been used to catch Shark, Barracuda, Mahi, Tuna, Tarpon, Snook, Jacks and a variety of other saltwater fish.
The chartreuse feathers, strands of peacock herl and bleeding throat is a great imitation of a struggling bait fish. The top of the line 3/0 Mustad Signature hook is sharp, strong and corrosion resistant.
You are buying a 3 pack of flies. The overall length of this fly is about 4 inches.
Mustad Signature Duratin Fly Hooks
Hand tied by qualified professionals
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The 2X extra heavy wire Saltwater Streamer hook is a classic O’ Shaughnessy style hook, suitable for a wide range of bonefish flies such as Crazy Charlie’s, Clousers, Redfish and Permit patterns, but also for traditional fish imitation patterns using Mylar tubing. The straight eye gives the fly a more natural swimming action when stripped in. The Mustad Signature fly hooks feature unique sharpness and strength. The hook features a 1X extra long shank and Duratin finish for maximal corrosion resistance. Developed in cooperation with the world´s top fly tiers to exact proportions between, gap, bend, wire diameter and shank length for precise scaling unmatched by others. Micro barb can easily be pinched down without damaging the hook for barbless applications. Chemically sharpened, Nor-Tempered high carbon steel.
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