Published Aug 20. 2021 - 3 months ago
Updated or edited Aug 30. 2021

Baby Blue Crab with Claws

This fly pattern is one a customer of mine asked me to tie for them. They sent a picture and I went from there. It was called the "baby blue crab" on the picture, but if any of you know the actual name then let me know. I did not come up with this pattern, and honestly I don't know if its tied exactly how the original was. I couldn't find any info on how to tie it online, but this is what I came up with. It's a crab with chenille claws. Seems like it will work really well though, and I figured I would show you how I tied this.

Check out my video on making the mono eyes here - https://youtu.be/HQ8wWPmemGw

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