How to Tie the Pacific Sardina Fly by the Master, Enrico Puglisi
Tying flies from scratch is one of the most gratifying things that I do. It is a moment of Zen for me. It is quiet time that I must focus on things in front of me, thus it makes it necessary to be in the present, not worrying about things that have happened, and not worrying about things to come. It is therapeutic. The Pacific Sardina Fly is an effective fly pattern for catching roosterfish in Baja, and the result of the genius of Enrico Puglisi. This blog will explain how to tie the Pacific Sardina Fly, share tips and tricks for using it from Mr. Puglisi himself, and touch on where to catch roosterfish with Pacific Sardinas.
1. Introduction to Pacific Sardina Flies
2. How to Tie a Pacific Sardina Fly (Video with Enrico Puglisi himself).
3. Tips and Tricks for Using Pacific Sardinas by Enrico Puglisi
4. Where to Catch Roosterfish in Baja with Pacific Sardinas
Introduction to Pacific Sardina Flies: The Pacific Sardina Fly was designed by Italian fly tier Enrico Puglisi specifically for catching roosterfish along the coastlines of Baja. This is an extremely effective pattern made of synthetic materials, and flash that looks just like the Pacific Sardina baitfish. It comes in many sizes and colors for any angler to choose from depending on the type of water they are fishing.
How to Tie a Pacific Sardina Fly (Video with Enrico Puglisi): Mr. Puglisi has shared his expert tips and tricks on how to tie Pacific Sardina Flies in this easy-to-follow video tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJRU6f8d6_Y In it he shares the step by step instructions for creating your own Pacific Sardina Fly right at home!