Thursday, 6 December 2012

BUG-BOND gets Spanish Mackerel at Bassas da India

Glynn Henry and a group of friends (which included Glynn's late father) went on a trip of a lifetime to Bassas da India... they filmed it as well... it didn't go all their way weatherwise, but there were shared experiences that will never be forgotten and this comes across in their DVD (which I reviewed a while back - but its Christmas and if you haven't got it then get it!).

But that's not what I'm blogging today its those mega-clousers - notice anything familiar in the mouth of that Spanish Mackerel? Yes, neatly placed is a chartreuse fly in the mouth of that fish (stuffed in its gob!)... Talking to Glynn by instant message on Facebook he confirmed the fly... and why Bug-Bond was used... "Yip it was on my hammerhead clouser. A massive megaclouser with extra Bug-Bond for longevity. Those teeth on that thing are mental"

Tying a fly is only a part of the equation... proving it is another. I think you did Glynn! (thanks for sharing).

Oh and the DVD... buy it here...

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