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Egg, Unreal, Light Chartreuse - Red Bead

Item #: 615020074
Your Price: $1.25

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The Light Chartreuse Unreal Egg is one of the most realistic roe patters available. The internal red glass bead gives the fly a 3D effect and mimics a fertilized egg exceptionally well. The color combination of this fly is great for catching fish in almost any water condition. This color is exceptional when the fish have been spawning for some time and they are seeing lighter colored eggs.

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