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  1. Baby Tarpon Shrimp

    Baby Tarpon Shrimp

    This is like candy for Baby Tarpon.

    Starting at: $1.53

  2. Baitfish

    Baitfish

    Baitfish. A very large Saltwater fly for any Big Game fish.

    Starting at: $1.53

  3. Baitfish, Tarpon

    Baitfish, Tarpon

    This little baitfish pattern is tied with a marabou tail and a weed guard. It is has a very low profile and delicate entry when entering the water, making it the perfect fly for laid up tarpon.

    Starting at: $1.92

  4. Baitfish,Wounded

    Baitfish,Wounded

    Baitfish,Wounded --This pattern is designed to look like a baitfish that is fighting for it's life, making it easy prey for larger predator species. FLISALSTA517

    Starting at: $1.92

  5. Bally Hoo

    Bally Hoo

    A great pattern for mimicking a favorite baitfish.

    Starting at: $2.90

  6. Barred Puff, Pink

    Barred Puff, Pink

    A barred version of the famous mini-puff. This fly works really well in gin-clear water.

    Starting at: $1.92

  7. Beach Ball

    Beach Ball

    This is a great fly for a variety of saltwater species.

    Starting at: $1.92

  8. Beach Bugger, Chartreuse

    Beach Bugger, Chartreuse

    This is an all around great pattern for a variety of saltwater fish. Try it for Redfish, Bonefish, and Corbina and you won't be disappointed.

    Starting at: $1.92

  9. Beach Bugger, Gray

    Beach Bugger, Gray

    This is an all around great pattern for a variety of saltwater fish. Try it for Redfish, Bonefish, and Corbina and you won't be disappointed.

    Starting at: $1.92

  10. Beach Bugger, Lemon

    Beach Bugger, Lemon

    This is an all around great pattern for a variety of saltwater fish. Try it for Redfish, Bonefish, and Corbina and you won't be disappointed.

    Starting at: $1.92

  11. Beach Bugger, Orange

    Beach Bugger, Orange

    This is an all around great pattern for a variety of saltwater fish. Try it for Redfish, Bonefish, and Corbina and you won't be disappointed.

    Starting at: $1.92

  12. Beach Bugger, Pink

    Beach Bugger, Pink

    This is an all around great pattern for a variety of saltwater fish. Try it for Redfish, Bonefish, and Corbina and you won't be disappointed.

    Starting at: $1.92

  13. Beadchain Permit Fly

    Beadchain Permit Fly

    Permit are some of the most selective fish on Earth. This fly is designed to land softly in the water, while the beads click together, mimicking the sound of a shrimp or crab crawling along the bottom. It works extremely well on bonefish too.

    Starting at: $1.92

  14. Black Attack Blue and Chartreuse, Tube (No Hook)

    Black Attack Blue and Chartreuse, Tube (No Hook)

    Black Attack Blue and Chartreuse, Tube (No Hook). This is a great fly for sharks, barracuda, or anything with big nasty teeth. (Note: This is a tube fly and no hooks are attached or included)

    Starting at: $1.92

  15. Black Attack, Yellow, Purple and Green, Tube (No Hook)

    Black Attack, Yellow, Purple and Green, Tube (No Hook)

    Black Attack, Yellow, Purple and Green, Tube (No Hook). This is a great fly for sharks, barracuda, or anything with big nasty teeth. (Note: This is a tube fly and no hooks are attached or included)

    Starting at: $1.92

  16. Blue Back Herring

    Blue Back Herring

    Blue Back Herring: A great Saltwater pattern for Stripers, Albacore, Bluefish, etc..

    Starting at: $1.92

  17. Blue Water Baitfish, Blue and White

    Blue Water Baitfish, Blue and White

    Blue Water Baitfish, Blue and White--A great fly for pelagic species like tuna and dorado (mahi). FLISALSTA518

    Starting at: $2.90

  18. Blue Water Baitfish, Green and Yellow

    Blue Water Baitfish, Green and Yellow

    Blue Water Baitfish, Green and Yellow--A great fly for pelagic species like tuna and dorado (mahi).FLISALSTA521

    Starting at: $2.90

  19. Blue Water Baitfish, Red and White

    Blue Water Baitfish, Red and White

    Blue Water Baitfish, Red and White--A great fly for pelagic species like tuna and dorado (mahi). FLISALSTA519

    Starting at: $2.90

  20. Blue Water Baitfish, Red and Yellow

    Blue Water Baitfish, Red and Yellow

    Blue Water Baitfish, Red and Yellow--A great fly for pelagic species like tuna and dorado (mahi).FLISALSTA520

    Starting at: $2.90

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Saltwater Fly Patterns

Saltwater flies are a blast to fish! They are completely different from their freshwater counterparts. They are big and bold like redfish flies, and designed to catch fish that are way larger than those found in freshwater environments. Saltwater flies must also be able to hold up under harsh conditions like exposure to sand, coral, strong ultraviolet rays, and toothy critters like barracuda and sharks.

To start, saltwater fly patterns differentiate themselves by being tied on saltwater fly hooks. These heavy gauge hooks are built from stainless steel, and have chemically sharpened hook points. These super sharp hook points help penetrate the bony and toothy jaws found on saltwater fish. They also help keep your saltwater fly patterns from rusting when fishing in tropical environment.

Saltwater flies are also tied mainly from synthetic materials like super hair, krystal flash, and sparkle braid. The reasons for this are multi-purpose. First of all, these synthetic materials are much more durable than the natural materials used to tie freshwater flies. While you will find some saltwater flies tied out of animal feathers and fur, more often than not, those materials just don’t hold up well in saltwater. Secondly, saltwater fly patterns are designed to mimic baitfish, crabs, and shrimp. Since these menu items are much larger than the tiny insects that freshwater fish eat, more materials overall are needed to replicate them. Because synthetic materials are thicker and longer, by using them it is easier to create a more durable discount fly with a larger profile. Last but not least, the synthetic materials that are used to tie saltwater flies are stiffer in nature, and tend to push more water as they are being retrieved through the water column. This sends out larger vibrations that saltwater fish are able to key in on, thus making it easier for fish to hunt down your wet fly. When they choose to attack it, fish like bonefish and permit will pin it to the bottom of the ocean floor and crush it with their powerful jaws. On the other hand, toothy critters like barracuda and sharks, will chase down your fly and attack it with their ferocious teeth and chew it up.

The best thing you can do to take care of these saltwater fly fishing flies, is to make sure that you give them a freshwater rinse when you are done fishing with them…. if you have any left! Your saltwater fly patterns should then be laid out on a paper towel to air dry. This will help keep your saltwater flies rust free, and keep you from having to replace these flies every time you go fishing.