The fly hit the water and with three twitches of the nearly stationary but sinking streamer I watched a nice albacore swoop on it. I was off and running down the jetty. The fish had nearly reached the tip when it paused, shook and I was off - having failed to set the hook.But the point had been made: This fly flat-out works when albacore are zoned in on small anchovies. Since that time, my little fly has gotten a bit bigger, say 1 1/2 to 2 inches long, and over the course of the fall season the fly produced consistently. As a bonus, the Bunny Belly Anchovy has proven a killer for bass, too, when they blitz the big schools of anchovies in mid-October.