Buford flies are iconic in the world of pike and musky fishing. With the large disk shaped head made of flared hollow bucktail fibers, Buford flies push a ton of water and make a large presence. These flies come in all shapes and sizes but are generally defined by their uniquely styled head. On top of pike and musky this type of fly can be productive for any other predator species including striped bass. These specific ones are tied using just saddle hackle feathers, flashabou and bucktail.