Wooly Bugger w/ Underwater Footage

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2016/06/10 01:33:40 (permalink)

Wooly Bugger w/ Underwater Footage

From California, to New York, to England, the wooly bugger is probably one of the most effective and popular streamer patterns that can be used for a large range of fish species. I even know of people using them for saltwater fishing as well as freshwater. Its also fairly easy to tie, and quite durable. The grizzly/white version is great for imitating many baitfish. Being a bead head fly, it will sink and get down deep to the fish.
[tube]https://youtu.be/xkWjMkC9LSE[/tube]


Hook: Daiichi 1750 size 10 (any 3x-4x long shanked streamer hook will do)
Weight: .015 lead wire, and a bead head.
Thread: white 70 denier thread.
Body: White chenille, and grizzly saddle hackle.
Tail: Pearl krystal flash and white marabou
Music: funnysong, ukulele - Bensound.com
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    D-nymph
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    Re: Wooly Bugger w/ Underwater Footage 2016/06/10 13:37:28 (permalink)
    ok
     

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    Re: Wooly Bugger w/ Underwater Footage 2016/06/13 10:36:59 (permalink)
    Doesn't look like any bait fish I've ever seen. Looks really buggy to be a baitfish.
     
    Why would the fish ever eat that?
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    Re: Wooly Bugger w/ Underwater Footage 2016/06/13 22:06:08 (permalink)
    dano
    Doesn't look like any bait fish I've ever seen. Looks really buggy to be a baitfish.
     
    Why would the fish ever eat that?


    Have you ever fished a wooly bugger before during a shad spawn?  Some of the best fishing you will ever do...  
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    Re: Wooly Bugger w/ Underwater Footage 2016/06/14 22:21:14 (permalink)
    Shad flies work well, too.
     
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    Re: Wooly Bugger w/ Underwater Footage 2016/06/15 01:27:28 (permalink)
    dano
    Shad flies work well, too.
     


    They do, your right.  I tie something called a rabbit flesh fly, I also tie many clousers in shad colors, exc...  I have many types of shad flies in my box when the shad spawn happens.   


    [tube]https://youtu.be/nFg2xMnOuds[/tube]

    [tube]https://youtu.be/tNs0ofu-RDI[/tube]

    I have a few more, but I made video's of those two before...  
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    Re: Wooly Bugger w/ Underwater Footage 2016/06/15 01:28:29 (permalink)
    Why is the youtube link thing not working?
     
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