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Re: wooley buggers

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2010/3/29 6:56
From Portage, PA
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I use my grizzly hackle. I am a fan of having a tapered shap as well. I think its because i am too cheap to buy better stuff and want to get the most bang for my buck though.

My buggers are a lot bigger than 10 though i normally toss a size 6 or 4 :)

I normally only fish buggers if my nymphs aren't working or if the stream is up.

Posted on: 2012/5/9 7:19
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Re: wooley buggers

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2009/9/24 15:02
From Montgomery County
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Get a hen neck for about $5 in a variety of colors, but grizzley is the most useful. Use the larger feathers for smaller buggers and smaller feathers for wet flies and nymphs. The larger feathers are webby and add a lot of movement to your bugger

Posted on: 2012/5/10 8:56


Re: wooley buggers

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Lacking hens at home, Whiting bugger packs are the best bet!
Coughlin

Posted on: 2012/5/12 6:45



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