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Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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Swappers,

My buggers are in the mail! A deer hair bugger is also known as a Bow Bugger. Here's a link to the pattern if interested:Bow Bugger. The ones I tied are of a different color scheme, but neverless the same.

JH

Posted on: 2008/1/18 13:19
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Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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I'll be mailing mine out this week... I am excited to see everyone's hard work!


Bob

Posted on: 2008/1/21 20:03


Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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With any luck I'll get to the post office tomorrow and even have the flies with me this time. A sober mind is a terrible thing.

Posted on: 2008/1/22 11:33


Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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Here is a pic of what to expect from me.

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All lined up, waiting to go fishing!

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I am really looking forward to seeing and fishing all the buggers.

Posted on: 2008/1/28 2:22


Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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Got a heap of buggers here. It's a beautiful thing.

I'll be gettin em off tomorrow over lunch.

Oh, and two of y'all are gonna be the lucky recipients of a bugger with an olive body as opposed to black. I ran out of black chenille, so I had to put a little extra mojo on those two to make up for it.


Posted on: 2008/1/29 21:18


Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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Mine are in the mail, sorry it's taken me so long. I've got a new job and have been swamped getting things going. Looking forward to seeing everyone's tyes and getting input on mine.

Posted on: 2008/1/31 22:09


Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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Got mine today...thanks...great job all!!!

Posted on: 2008/2/7 13:12


Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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Mine also arrived today. Thanks DJ for setting up the trade and for again granting my participation. What a fantastic job by everyone, this is a killer selection of buggers! Can't wait to throw these at some fish!

Posted on: 2008/2/7 20:11


Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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Got mine too. Nice job guys!

Thanks djmyers.

So who got the two lucky olive ones?

Posted on: 2008/2/7 20:54


Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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Olive body, olive hackle, copper wire and black tail? If so one of them came my way.

I'm really impressed with the patterns and the quality of the ties. I just checked them out again, great job one and all!!!

Posted on: 2008/2/7 21:32
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Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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Jaybo,

yep. That's one of the lucky two. Like I said earlier, I ran out of black chenille, and had to throw two extra mojo olive bodies in there to make up for it.

Posted on: 2008/2/7 21:48


Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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Nice looking pattern Jay, awesome tying! Olive and black together have been productive for me in the past. Always a good combo in my opinion.

Posted on: 2008/2/7 21:53


Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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Thanks.

I like how they came out.

If ya promise not to tell anyone, I follow the step by direct instructions on the back of a whiting bugger pack . That is some good bugger hackle, and their method is pretty killer.

Posted on: 2008/2/7 21:55


Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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Damn good hackle from my experiences. I like the 100's. easy to work with and good for roughly 100 flies. Great when you're doing high volumes with the same size flies/hackle. Thanks for the tip

Btw, the brown krystal bugger was VERY productive for me this past fall. Probably my go to pattern, hence the reason I tied them up for the swap. I hope it brings everyone the same kind of luck.

Posted on: 2008/2/7 22:02


Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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Yeah, I just took a peek at them to see which was yours.

I'll be tossing that one at valley within a few weeks.

I love how flybop gave us a taste of the west with his flies. I think I'm going to save that one for a 22" wild brown at the gunpowder. I hope the water is up like it was last year. It'll be perfect.

Posted on: 2008/2/7 22:05



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