Eddie's version of a crab (although it also used the very same body material) look scary real, with its aggressive claws in final defense posture, ready to fight until the crunchy end. Truth be told, in the end, the crab always looses. Life is dangerous on the flats.
This fly, one that is designed for a more traditional dive and fight posture, has the perfect wedge shape for a quick descent to the bottom. While the rabbit strip claws will move and undulate, this pattern sits in attack mode when still on the bottom, looking very dangerous indeed. The rubber legs are constantly in vibrating motion whether stripped or lying still. It should be fished exactly as Del Brown's famous Permit Crab. Yet this particular version looks almost as real as live bait!
• Lead eyes for quick sink rates
• Weed guards on all colors
• Five color combinations to match any bottom coloration.