There's something about the color Chartreuse. Musky, Pike, Bass, Redfish, Snook, Stripers.....from fresh to salt this quick shedding fly just catches fish. One of my all time favorite warm water flies.
What does DriCast mean? Bucktail can be stiff and not natural. Marabou is lively, but can get waterlogged and heavy on large patterns. New synthetic fiber development has made it possible to have the best of both worlds. The fibers are softer than bucktail but stiffer than marabou, and they undulate in the water to imitate the natural movement of baitfish. The great thing about these materials is they shed water quickly on your backcast, up to 80%, hence the term DriCast. This means you are concentrating more on fly placement and less on chucking a water-logged fly.
All flies are tied on stainless steel saltwater grade hooks and are built to last. These are our guide series flies where performance and durability are a premium.