“When the epoxy is just starting to heat up and set, I pinch the materials with my thumbs and middle fingers and pull out the front and back of the Mylar, the back just a little bit more than I do in the front. It makes the water flow through there an odd way, and that’s got something to do with the action of the fly. The fly will work fine if you don’t do that, but the peanut shape looks better and it wobbles better too,” Cave says. Initially the Wobbler was developed for redfish, but Cave has received numerous reports over the years of the fly taking everything from Northern pike to peacock bass. When targeting redfish, cast it near but not in the school of fish and let it drop. A lot of times you don’t even have to strip; the fish pick the fly up as it flutters down. If you don’t get a strike on the first drop, strip long and slow.