Forget the cliché -- big fish, like stripers, roosters, albies, snook, and tarpon, sometimes like small flies. In fact, much of their diet is based on the migrations and availability of little baits, like bay anchovies, sand eels, sardina, pinfish and peanut bunker. Once keyed in, these predators will refuse flies that don’t replicate the size, profile, colors and movement of these saltwater hatches. The Hoo Fly has proven to be the answer time after time, enticing strikes when less imitative patterns get refused. With its dead-ringer profile, translucent body material and wiggly tail, the Hoo Fly is the pattern for when the predators are looking for a realistic imitation of the little fish they most commonly chase.