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Acocote Drum Majorette Permit Fly Tying Instructions

Written by Rob Mukai on Apr. 01, 2017

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This is my first fly tying video. Click on the link to go to the video. The Acocote Drum Majorette was inspired from seeing swimming crabs in Chetumal...

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Spawning Variant of the Denbow's Super Slam Shrimp - Tying Instructions

Written by Rob Mukai on Mar. 27, 2019

So it's only taken two years to get the 2nd fly tying video up. Right on schedule :) If you want to check out the fly tying video for the Acocote Drum Majorette, you can find it...

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Fly Tying Step by Step - Red Striped K#ken

Written by Rob Mukai on May. 31, 2020

This fly was responsible for 11 of 12 permit caught by a guest in 2020. It is a good all around fly, but the permit really dig it. Fish it in deeper water, like 3-4 feet. You can find a video on our [Youtube...

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Fly Tying Step by Step - Jane's Squimp

Written by Rob Mukai on May. 31, 2020

This is a fly tying video for Jane's Squimp. This was responsible for 12 permit eats in two weeks. Works great with permit and bones. You can check out the video on our [Youtube...

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Fly Tying Step by Step - Sea Louse

Written by Rob Mukai on Jun. 09, 2020

This little fly works great for tailing bones and permit. It is small and light so it is easy to keep it out of the grass and lands softly so you don't spook the fish. You can check out the video on our [Youtube...

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Fly Tying Step by Step - Floating Sargasso Crab

Written by Rob Mukai on Jun. 09, 2020

This fly represents a different prey species for bonefish and permit. These crabs hang out in the sargassum that has in recent years started to impact beaches in the Carribean. Permit in particular will hang around large mats...

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Fly Tying Step by Step - Acocote Flats Bacon Articulated Mantis Shrimp

Written by Rob Mukai on Jun. 10, 2020

Here is a fly tying instruction for my new articulated Mantis shrimp. We are calling Flats Bacon, because fish can't get enough of it. I used images of two separate mantis shrimp species in our area to make it more like the...

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