Stealth Bomber Redfish Fly

The Stealth Bomber has become a very popular fly for redfish. It's name came from it's
resemblance to the Stealth Bomber airplane. It isn't a far cry from the traditional Dahiberg
Diver bass fly but works just as well for redfish as it does bass. It has proven effective for
redfish along the Gulf Coast and the Atlantic Coast.

Our Perfect Fly versions of the Stealth bomber fly come in both hair tails and feather
tails. The fly wiggles and dives when it is retrieved and attracts redfish by sound as well
as appearance.

The fly casts without twisting but still dives when retrieved. It should be stripped in using
relatively fast, short strips. The fly is designed such that the foam tab together with the air
space provides turbulence or bubbles when the fly dives. It also has a side to side
movement that drives redfish nuts. It is designed to sit low in the water rather than high
mostly out of the water. The large rubber legs of the Stealth Bomber adds to the action.

The fly not only catches redfish, it also catches speckled trout and sea trout. It is also
catching snook in South Florida. It is durable and has a sharp, stainless steel hook.
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