From tying crabs to hit the mud flats of Maine to crafting super bulky heads on streamers for esox, Enrico Puglisi’s Crustaceous Brush With Micro Legs is super easy to work with and as buggy as it gets. This is a brush material that’s durable and made with EP Fibers, a stainless steel core, a touch of EP Sparkle, and micro rubber legs. Enrico Puglisi’s Crustaceous Brush With Micro Legs is a solid material for all things crustaceous--crabs, shrimp, crayfish, and more, this material makes it easy to tie buggy patterns for fresh and saltwater.
Enrico Puglisi’s Crustaceous Brush With Micro Legs is most commonly used to palmer bodies to create crustaceans like shrimp, crabs, and even freshwater crayfish. And although this material does an excellent job at quickly sculpting buggy lifelike bodies, it’s also a brush that can be used to create dense heads on streamers for things like musky and saltwater/offshore species.
Although there are a ton of different brush products out there, none are quite like Enrico Puglisi’s Crustaceous Brush With Micro Legs. A lot of brushes are made without the addition of rubber legs, which makes them better for baitfish and streamers than buggy crustaceans. However, one similar material is Enrico Puglisi’s Tarantula Hairy Legs Brush. This brush is similar in that it allows you to create a buggy appearance, but its composition is slightly different--it’s made with EP Silky Fibers instead of EP Fibers and it also has UV flash mixed into the brush.
The Enrico Puglisi Crustaceous Brush With Micro Legs is most commonly used for crabs, shrimp, and streamer heads, and an example of a fly using this material is: