Enrico Puglisi Fly
Crabs are not always on the bottom and often swim up in the water column. When threatened, they head for the bottom and the protection of structure or sand in which to burrow. This pattern sinks very slowly due to its unique material and design and when put in front of a cruising predator, looks like a crab fleeing for the bottom, a movement that can easily draw attention and strikes. Use anywhere crabs are a prevalent food source.