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Where to fish: flats, intracoastal/inland bays and waterways
Notes: The easy-to-tie Hamilton’s Cuda Tube is the perfect fly to have in the box on any outing. What's more fun than keeping the fly rod bent with some large toothy critters? This fly is durable, lightweight which makes it extremely easy to throw (even on smaller rods), and is simple to tie once you have the hang of it.
The Hamilton’s Cuda Tube is the perfect pattern for Barracuda or mackerel in-shore or off. A lightweight easy to throw pattern built with a large, strong hook for the nastiest of fish. Make sure you fish this on either an intermediate or full sinking line or it will break the waters surface and give you an undesirable movement.