shrimp popper- by John Irwin

featured, Fly Patterns, Videos — By on July 26, 2011 9:13 pm

John Irwin of Fly Right Charters(flyrightcharters.com) ties his shrimp popper fly. An innovative saltwater fly that pulls roots from Balsa wood bass poppers.


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  1. Walter says:

    Nice fly concept and video except it needs a materials list or link to the list & tying instructions.

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  2. mike says:

    ditto where are the instructions and materials list?

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  3. Tim says:

    So it takes 3+ days to tie? Lots of shirt changes going on there. Decent tie but probably not worth the time, unless you’re never throwing it near a mangrove or dock–which are obviously great places to fish a shrimpy fly like that. I would have preferred video cut through all the foam finishing (fine to see how the shape is created, epoxy+paint+epoxy+drying could have just been put in description along with the recipe like others stated)

    Has the reverse orientation (shrimp pop tail first) affected its catchability?

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