Whether you need a soft presentation to fool picky permit or just need a new crab to test on a sandy northeast flat, the EP Descendent Crab Fly will get the job done. An excellent crab pattern that’s tied like few others, the EP Descendent Crab Fly is tied with realistic claws, rubber legs, realistic eyes, and a tubing body that offers durability as well as an ability to softly land on the surface. A fly that’s perfect whenever you’re fishing sand or mud flats, tidal rivers, estuary systems, or open beaches, the EP Descendent Crab Fly is a versatile fly and one that should be carried in sizes 1 through 2/0.
The EP Descendent Crab can be fished all season long, which means late spring through fall in the northeast and pretty much any day of the year in warm and tropical environments. When fishing the EP Descendent Crab, you’ll want to keep this fly on the bottom and utilize a stripped retrieve with the occasional pause. A fly that catches anything from striped bass and flounder to permit and bonefish, this is one that should always be in your saltwater arsenal.