The Avalon Fly- Video

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Photo by Louis Cahill

Photo by Louis Cahill

Wherever you find permit, you’ll find the Avalon.

This innovative crab pattern is a staple in most saltwater boxes. The Avalon made its name as a permit fly but it works well for bonefish and likely many other saltwater species. It has a life-like action and sinks fast to imitate a crab diving for cover. Thats the action that permit love to see.

Chase Pritchett of American Made Flies is back to show us the tie.Tie this fly in a variety of sizes, especially small. The original calls for orange rubber legs but Chase likes the yellow.

Watch this video and learn to tie the Avalon permit fly.

Louis Cahill
Gink & Gasoline
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