Ok guys, I have an upcoming Bahamas trip in Feb. Main target is Bones but I want to have a 9wt in the boat at all times with a permit fly on it. Because I'ma bit anal and have some time, I've set up a test tank and have been throwing my current stock of crab flies in it just to see how they sink/swim/look. Most of them (9 out of 10) get to the bottom wrong side up and just look shitty when "stripped". Who wants a hook digging into the bottom? What is the GO-TO bahamas crab fly? The best looking thing I've seen in my test tank is the Avalon. Now that looks edible! Full disclosure: I don't tie flies (yet).