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Albie and Bonito Flies

Albies and bonito can be extremely picky. There are times you can cast at them all day and only with the perfect presentation and offering will you get a bite.

Have a selection of colors and shapes when chasing hardtails. They use those big eyes and at times will happily reject anything other than the real thing or something very close to it.

If looking like everything else they're eating isn't working, consider changing to a bright or different color, or a pattern that DOESN'T match what's in the water.

Sometimes being different is key when your fly looks like everything else.

  • LI Flies Inlet Candies Lemon/Lime
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    LI Flies Inlet Candies

    $6.49

    Low profile small bait imitation on the sticky Mustad C70 hook. Tied on a Size 1 hook.

    $6.49
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    Bonito Bunny (White) (Weighted)

    $5.99
    1 review

    A Bonito Bunny with a cone-head to increase the jigging action as you retrieve it through the water. Tied on a strong 800S Tiemco #2 hook.

    $5.99
  • Bonito Bunny (White)
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    Bonito Bunny (White)

    $5.99
    1 review

    Just your basic Bonito Bunny - always a good choice to have in your box when fishing for Bones and Albies. Tied on a strong #2 hook.  

    $5.99
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    Skok's Mushmouth Mini Fly

    $8.49

    Skok's Mushmouth Mini kicks off a ton of flash for attracting predatory fish. Its profile is ideal for peanut bunker often prevalent in the fall.

    $8.49