Want to learn how to tie Permit Flies that actually work?
Essential Permit Patterns walks you through the 5 flies that must be in your box for chasing the “Black Fin Devils”
If you have ever tried to catch a permit on fly you are acutely aware that the deck is stacked against you. The notorious crustacean crunchers are nefariously critical of any crab like offering and most likely one of the reasons there are 100’s of crab fly patterns existing today. In a effort to narrow the search, and increase your success rate, here are step-by-step tying instructions for the Kung Fu Crab, Rag Head Crab, Inverted Merkin Crab, Bottle Cap Crab, and the McCrab. 5 flies that must be in your box for chasing the “Black Fin Devils”- 100 pages illustrated with ultra-hi resolution images and detailed step-by-step instructions.
Just caught my first Permit - Thanks for all the help
It seems that no matter where i go, they recommend a different fly than i have tied before. That and the fact i often times forget how i tied a fly two years earlier. These eBooks allow me to open my tablet and have the material list and detailed instructions right there on my bench. I have a lot of hard and soft cover books, but it's always hard to find the pattern i want. The eBooks are much easier to use.