A favorite food of a wide variety of saltwater species, shrimp seem to catch fish whether you’re in the middle of Florida or along the coast of Massachusetts, and as far as imitations go, the EP Grass Shrimp Fly is pretty tough to beat. With a look that closely resembles both sand and grass shrimp, the EP Grass Shrimp Fly is a strong choice anytime shrimp might be on the menu. Built with an EP fiber body, buggy picked out abdomen, realistic eyes, and just the right amount of flash (that also resemble antennae), this fly is a direct match of the originals, and with durability features like a weed guard and resin coated back, this is a fly that can stand the abuse of fish and mangroves with ease.
A great choice when fishing tidal estuaries, flats, and near sod banks, the EP Grass Shrimp can be fished all year long in warm southern climates and from spring through fall in the northeast. When fishing the EP Grass Shrimp, you’ll want to vary a stripped retrieve and the depth until you find just the right presentation. A fly that you can count on to catch almost any saltwater fish, the EP Grass Shrimp should have a permanent home in everyone’s salt box.