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Enrico's Roosterfish Mullet

Enrico's Roosterfish Mullet

Enrico's Roosterfish Mullet a great choice for big inshore bruisers like Roosterfish, Jack Crevalle, Amberjack, Dorado, Yellowtail, and of course Giant Trevally. Tied on a super-strong hook, this fly is suitable for some of the strongest fish that flyrodders are likely to encounter. This fly easily imitates a wide variety of medium and large-sized baitfish found throughout the world's oceans. Approximate length of the #3/0 fly is 6 inches (15 cm) and the #4/0 fly is approximately 7 inches (18 cm).


Enrico's Roosterfish Mullet #3/0 7.49/ea  Add to Cart 
Enrico's Roosterfish Mullet #4/0 7.49/ea  Add to Cart

Enrico's Roosterfish Sardina

Roosterfish Sardina Olive

Tied a bit smaller than the Roosterfish Mullet flies shown above; the Roosterfish Sardina is useful as a specific sardina pattern, or anywhere the bait is 4-5 inches long. This fly is not only deadly for roosters and other jacks, but also for tarpon, striped bass, king mackerel etc. Approximate length of the fly is 6 inches (15 cm). The Olive/White fly is shown above; the Tan/White is pictured below.


Enrico's Roosterfish Sardina #3/0 Olive/White 7.49/ea  Add to Cart 
Enrico's Roosterfish Sardina #3/0 Tan/White 7.49/ea  Add to Cart 

Roosterfish Sardina Tan


Enrico's Roosterfish Mullet and Roosterfish Sardina flies are tied on super sharp Gamakatsu hooks. Tied by Enrico Puglisi Ltd.



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