Slater's Navajo Craw Daddy

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Size 10 (102 Available)

Prices for Slater's Navajo Craw Daddy
1 fly
$4.23 ea.
2-3 flies
$3.17 ea.
4-6 flies
$2.83 ea.
7-11 flies
$2.71 ea.
12+ flies
$2.62 ea.

Product Description

Slater's Navajo Craw Daddy was designed by Slater Bootenhoff. While the fly was originally designed to catch bass, Slater has caught pike, trout, crappy, walleye, carp and even catfish on this fly!

Fish this fly slowly on the bottom by jigging it, or a swimming strip.

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Not what it looks like
River (Montana) | September 30th, 2023
Ordered 4 different patterns, 3 of which were size 6 and 8's. Ordered this pattern in size 10 but ended up being a larger hook size than the 6's. I e-mailed them about this and was told its because it's on a Bass'd be nice to know that before ordering, maybe like in the description??? They may work or I may have wasted my money, be awhile before I order from here again.
Note From Store Owner: River -- please feel free to return the flies for a full refund. We want you to be happy with your flies. Please return them in the original packaging and we will refund you as soon as we receive them. Please contact us directly if you have any questions. Yes, this pattern is tied on a TMC 8089. This hook has a 2x gap. That said, the shank is the same length as a standard hook shank (i.e., true to size with relation to the shank). So, if the size bug you want is a size 10 the hook gap should not impact that sizing. Mr Craven has a great article about hooks in Fly Fisherman magazine (also online). The article is titled "Making Sense of Hooks Understanding sizing, shapes, and proportions." Here's what he has to say about hook gaps: "Many hooks these days have a nonstandard wide gap, that is, a gap wider than the standard half a shank length (which could also be correctly construed as a shorter shank, just to confuse things further). Wide-gap hooks allow more room for thicker-bodied flies, and they increase the chances of the hook finding a home in a fish’s mouth. The increments in which a hook gap is increased are by hook sizes. For instance, a 1X wide-gap size 14 hook should have a gap equal to that normally found on a size 12 standard hook. A 2X wide-gap size 14 should sport the gap normally found on a size 10 standard hook, and so forth."