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Egg, Peach

Item #: 458913313
Your Price: $1.25

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The Peach Egg Fly is a great roe pattern for waters that have spawning fish. This color looks like an unfertilized egg and works in most conditions but is especially effective in clear water, near the end of a spawning season. Whether you are fishing in famous Salmon run, your local river or even the gravel point on the nearby lake, the fish have learned that these glowing orbs are an tasty meal. Fish that are not spawning will hold in areas near the spawning fish and sometimes even travel with migrating fish for the opportunity to eat their misplaced eggs.

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