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Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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Here's the one I'm talking about.

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Posted on: 2007/11/5 23:54


Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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I've started fishing buggers of late and I'm coming to the conclusion that I need at least two types. One on a size 12 hook with less weight and one type on a size 8 - 10 with a bit more weight. The lighter ones to be used in lower water conditions and the heavier ones in higher water or bigger water such as the Lehigh.

Posted on: 2007/11/6 9:12


Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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"I think with the lead eyes they call them woolyBombers...But they do catch big fish."

Actually, Tom, they are "mono" eyes! Big warmwater flies, size 4 3X and 2 3X.

I like to use a sink line with a no-weight bugger.

Posted on: 2007/11/6 21:22
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Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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I'd like to be in on the swap. I put something together that has really been working for me late in the year, but not earlier.

Posted on: 2007/11/8 22:34


Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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Bump. Let's keep this one alive.

Posted on: 2007/11/17 15:10


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I agree, let's keep this one alive. I'll take part, but my vote is it be the first one of 2008. The holidays are upon us and things will be getting crazy.
JH

Posted on: 2007/11/17 15:22
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Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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count me in for a olive green beadhead bugger

Posted on: 2007/11/19 8:45
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Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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Count me in. I'll be tying a Xmas tree bugger.

Posted on: 2007/11/19 9:21


Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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I'll do a size 10 weighted olive body, black marabou, dark dun palmered hackle with a gold rib.

Posted on: 2007/11/19 19:50


Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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... and a cherry on top?

Posted on: 2007/11/19 20:31


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Gotta agree with flyfishermanj on this one...with the holidays upon us things are going to be difficult to get them tied...at least for me anyhow. I'd love to get in on this one though.

Posted on: 2007/11/19 20:36


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I might be able to do it in december, but waiting til after new years wouldn't be a very bad idea IMO. Whatever the general consensus is, I guess.

Posted on: 2007/11/19 20:41


Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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whos keeping count of tiers and patterns?

Posted on: 2007/11/20 7:11
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Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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Quote:

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... and a cherry on top?


Wrong pattern Tom. That's an egg sucking leech.

Posted on: 2007/11/20 7:37


Re: woollybugger swap ever done?

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Yes, but even if I were referring to an egg-sucking leech and not joking about Medi's ever so detailed and recipe-like fly name...an egg-sucking leech IS a wooley bugger AND wold qualify as a patter for the swap. Its a black bugger with pink or chartruse chenille at the head.

Now tell me thats not a bugger...

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