Hot Snail

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$2.64 ea.
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$1.98 ea.
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$1.77 ea.
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$1.69 ea.
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Product Description

Snails are a major source of food for trout, and often overlooked by fishermen. Suspend one of these off of a strike indicator, and twich it occasionally.

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Absolute KILLER Pattern
Mike In California | March 20th, 2014
I read an article about overlooked patterns and Snails were at the top of the list. Found these, bought both sizes, and proceeded to absolutely knock it out of the park on Sunfish, Crappie, Bass, and Carp. I even out fished my buddies who were using live Red Worms and Meal Worms. Caught dozens of fish on one of these and it still looks like new. Do yourself a favor and buy as many of these as you can afford. No matter where you fish, or what you fish for, your catch will improve. Hands down the most productive Fly I've ever encountered.
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Great Snail Pattern
John | May 24th, 2011
I fish mainly warm water lakes. I noticed a pond close to home that was full of snails. Put one of these on the line and caught bluegill, sunfish and small bass non-stop.
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Just got back from the pond.
John | May 22nd, 2011
Fished a small popper with a snail trailing on a 20" line. Caught a dozen sunfish and one bass. 95% of the strikes came on the snail.
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good fly,s
michael j lange | November 4th, 2010
this is the best snail pattern i have found use them in still water near edge of weeds they hold up well