Walter's Weakness Baitfish - Bayou Bengal

$ 8.95

As far as success goes and redfish are concerned, the Bayou Bengal has been unrivaled. By brightening up the Fire Tiger-esque color scheme to another degree, the fly glows in the water column and can be a big difference maker in tough light conditions. It goes great into freshwater as well, especially in the warmwater arena.
Walter's Weakness - Water pushing, wild diving baitfish.

Sizes - #1-#1/0 - 7 WT+, #2/0-#3/0 - 8 WT+

Hook - #1 & #2/0 features the Gamakatsu B10S

Hook Upgrades - Ahrex TP610 #1 & #3/0

Weighting - #1-#1/0 feature 3/16" Dirty Dumbbells and a 5/32" nose cone in the middle joint, the #2/0-#3/0 feature 1/4" Dirty Dumbbells and one 1/4" & 5/32" nose cone in the middle joint.

Profile Style - Water pusher. Anatomical length nose to tail & width pectoral to pectoral. Swims balanced due to the rubber legs and maintains the hook point down during the retrieve. 

Action - Walter just flat out hunts all depths of the water column. His hard head pushed out mad vibrations and offers huge travel between strips. His tail kicks hard, and the strikes are violent.

The Walter's Weakness baitfish is massive profiled, hawg hunting, water pushing son of a biscuit.