Woolly Bugger

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Woolly Bugger

Woolly Bugger is a streamer and fished under the water surface. They are bound in a variety of styles, weights and colors to mimic a wide variety of small fish.
It is a popular and widely used pattern for both freshwater and saltwater game fish and is widely cited as one of the best patterns to have in any fly box. John Gierach, a noted fly-fishing authors discussed the Woolly Bugger first in his chapter on streamers in Good Flies. Woolly Buggers are usually fished in streams, rivers, ponds, lakes and tidal flats.


Videos

Fly Tying with Hans: CRYSTAL WOOLY BUGGER
Olive Woolly Bugger

Materials

  • Tail: Any Marabou
  • Body: Any Chenille
  • Hackle: Any Hen
  • Weight: Any Led wire

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