Shrimp Flies For Bonefish

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Bonefish Shrimp Patterns
Bonefish stomach analyses reveal that they feed on a variety of shrimp that live in grass and coral habitats.  Most of the time these shrimp crawl slowly across the bottom in search of food.  They only move quickly if they are startled.  A suggestive fly is usually good enough to produce a quick strike from a bonefish.
Bone Shrimp, Tan Crimp Reefer Mantis

Bone Shrimp, Tan
This fly is suggestive of the banded coral shrimp that live on many of the World's reefs. Made from the highest quality materials to exacting specifications. 

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00802-06 Bone Shrimp, Tan 6 3 for $7.49

Crimp, Merkin Brown

As tied by: Doug McKnight
As the name implies, the Crimp is half crab and half shrimp, and then some! Bonefish, Permit, Redfish love to pin this fly to the bottom and crunch it. This fly has a great Crustacean shape and has a ton of movement, and is a winner throughout the gulf and the Caribbean for any species that seeks shrimp and crabs.

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15315 Crimp, Merkin Brown 4 3 for $19.25

Crimp, Tan

As tied by: Doug McKnight
The Crimp has heavy eyes and a weed guard so it can be fished on the bottom around various types of structure without fouling. The Crimp is designed to be a general searching pattern for most flats that average two to four feet deep. Have some in your box when fishing for bonefish, permit, redfish, jacks, snappers & snook.

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15316 Crimp, Tan 4 3 for $19.25

Reefer Mantis
Mantis Shrimp are plentiful along some flats and coral reefs. In actuality, they are neither shrimp nor mantids, but receive their name purely from the physical resemblance to both the terrestrial praying mantis and the shrimp. They may reach 12 inches in length or more, but the ones that bonefish and permit normally feed on are a fourth that large. Mantis shrimp appear in a variety of colors, from

shades of browns to bright neon colors. Although they are common animals and among the most important predators in many shallow, tropical and sub-tropical marine habitats they are poorly understood as many species spend most of their life tucked away in burrows and holes from which they ambush their prey. Mudding bonefish undoubtedly may excavate these holes by blowing jets of water down them. Mantis Shrimp have the ability to inflict painful gashes if not handled properly. They sport powerful claws that they use to attack and kill prey by spearing, stunning or dismemberment.
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19808 Reefer Mantis 4 3 for $17.85
19809 Reefer Mantis 6 3 for $17.85

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