Epoxy Mullet – Best Fly Fishing Flies

Epoxy Mullet

The Epoxy Mullet is an interesting saltwater fly that mimics small silver bait fish such as mullet, silverside, glassies and shad. This sturdy fly pattern imitates a mullet firstly, and is similar to the Surf Candy and Finger Mullet fly in it’s applications. It is best fished in saltwater amongst schools of baitfish, and can be used very successfully when fly fishing offshore at fish feeding on the surface, especially Bonito and Queen Mackerel that often feed very specifically on smaller fish.


Type Of Fly?

  • Streamer
  • Lure Fly
  • Baitfish Imitation

When To Use?

  • All Year

Where To Use?

  • Offshore
  • Surf
  • Estuaries
  • Gullies
  • Dams
  • Rivers

Colour Variations?

  • Natural

The Epoxy Mullet can also be used with extreme success in estuary systems, river mouths, in gullies and intertidal zones as well as the surf zone. A variety of different fishing spots can produce all sorts of saltwater, and even freshwater, fish species. The Epoxy Mullet can be a bit tricky to “tie”, but the efforts are well worth it. The see through effect of this fly creates the perfect minnow imitation, and can fool even the wisest of fish, such as Bonefish and Triggerfish.

Species That Can Be Caught On This Fly?

  • Garrick
  • Shad
  • Triggerfish
  • King Mackerel
  • Moonies
  • Kob
  • Bonefish
  • Springer
  • Kingfish
  • Queenfish
  • Tuna
  • Bonito
  • Dorado
  • Wahoo
  • Queen Mackerel
  • Snapper
  • Bass
  • Trout
  • Yellowfish
  • Blue Kurper
  • Tigerfish

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