Enrico Puglisi EP Fibers

EP Fibers

by: Enrico Puglisi | Item #: SM-760002-0000

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beige $7.45
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black $7.45
royal blue $7.45
sky blue $7.45
steel blue $7.45
bronze $7.45
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bucktail white $7.45
gold $7.45
golden olive minnow $7.45
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gray $7.45
green chartreuse $7.45
silver gray $7.45
minnow (lt. gray) $7.45
dark olive (grayish) $7.45
olive $7.45
light olive $7.45
orange $7.45
sunrise $7.45 $7.39
pink $7.45
pale olive minnow $7.45
purple $7.45
red $7.45
rust $7.45
tan $7.45
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white $7.45
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yellow chartreuse $7.45
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These fibers are light, amazingly translucent and have an action between marabou and bucktail. 10" in length, they are perfect fibers to imitate any baitfish pattern for fresh or saltwater including very small patterns. Large flies tied with these fibers are a dream to cast because on the first backcast they will shake the water away; they DON’T ABSORB WATER. Use your imagination and there is no limit to what you can do with these fibers.


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Top of the Line Fibers

Reviewer: A viewer from CANON CITY, CO USA

These are a little pricy up front, but great value in the end. Can be used to increase quality presentation for minnows and streamers. I also have used these for emergers and they work great.

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Fish love EP Fibers!

Reviewer: A viewer from Cedar Park, TX US

I've been using EP Fibers recently for bonefish style flies for carp in the Orange and Rust Brown and they eat them like candy! The bass also attack clousers tied with EP Fibers. You can use it sparingly and it flows well in the water for a synthetic but is not limp or stiff (just right). It reminds me of kiptail though it's translucent. It is thin enough you can build small heads as well. Great material!

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Great action

Reviewer: A viewer from Palm Coast, FL US

These fibers do make some of the best looking saltwater flies I've ever tied. It takes a little bit to get used to tying with them, but it's definitly worth it.

The fly can get fouled easily while casting, but it's not that big of a deal. However, it will get very messy when you catch a fish. You will need to take some time to clean up the fly (have a comb handy). So, don't use it when you are expecting to catch a lot of fish in a short period of time (trout at the lights, spanish mackeral, chasing schools of small redfish, bluefish, etc.)

When you are looking for that one fish that just wont take another fly, pull out something tied with EP fibers.

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Must have for saltwater

Reviewer: A viewer from Houston, TX

I use a lot in saltwater patterns. These add some great movement and color. They do take practice and are a little expensive but worth it in my opinion.

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Takes some practice but is well worth it.

Reviewer: A viewer from Countryside, IL US

The fibers do take a little practice to work with, but once you get the hang of it you can make some incredible flies.

They do foul up some on the hook - but a simple comb will straighten them out right away again.

The HUGE bonus is that these fibers are UNBELIEVEBLY easy to cast - they shed the water on the first backcast making them easy and light to use, and cast with precision.

Now you don't have to be scared of big flies that feel like you are throwing a wet sock. EP fibers make all the difference in the world when you are going big.

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