I've been using that 211-B , black, brown and now chartreuse..for many years now...the only bream fishing fly I will ever use. These wet flies are leathal near beds in the May first full moon time frame. They average 20-30 bream per fly, by then, the fly looks like it has been in a hurricane, lol! Best fly I have EVER used. Woody Rester, Jackson Al.
bought some of these in black and chartreuse and they are awesome. I have caught hundreds of panfish and quite few bass as well. They are tied well and hold together nicely. When i get low on my supply i will be reordering.
What a great fly! I caught everythig on it from 2" bream to 3lb largemouth. I love the way it moves in the water. The rubber legs give it great action, just on the drop or stripping it. Can't wait to go out again. I want to try it on smallmouth.
Don't know if anyone has tried this, but take this bream killer, tie it onto the end of an ultralight rod an reel, attach a small plastic bobber. The cork will give it enough weight to cast. Sit back and enjoy. In my pond in Louisiana they'll kill it.
I order 3 figuring I would nail a lot bream was I wrong. I had these spiders now for a year I manage to catch zero bream. But....Since it's pretty big I have caught a few nice 2-3lb Bass.