Introducing the Redfish Scampi Fly, a highly successful and versatile fly pattern designed by Henry Cowen. Inspired by the success of the Bonefish Scampi, Henry created this fly to specifically target redfish. With a little tinkering with color, the Redfish Scampi was born and put to the test in the Ten Thousand Islands of Florida where it received positive results from anglers.
What makes the Redfish Scampi so effective is its ability to attract various gamefish species that feed on shrimp. Whether it's redfish, sea trout, snook, jacks, black drum, mangrove snapper, ladyfish, sheepshead, or pompano, this fly can catch them all. The fly is available in two color variations, tan and rust, which can be used in both clear and tannic water. The darker color is recommended for dark water while the lighter color works well in clear water.
The success of this fly is due to the high-quality materials used. The fly's body is made from rabbit, which has a lifelike appearance and moves realistically in the water, whether retrieved or at rest. Additionally, the supple craft fur wing adds length and creates a natural appearance, making it look like a larger shrimp imitation. If you want to catch more redfish or any gamefish that feed on shrimp, the Redfish Scampi Fly is a must-have in your fly box.