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Old 10-12-2012, 10:32 PM
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Default Re: Need to buy first fly

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Originally Posted by swirlchaser View Post
If I was stuck on an island with a Bass/Panfish pond with only one type of fly it would be:

Wooly Buggers
Wooly Buggers
Wooly Buggers
Wooly Buggers
Wooly Buggers

All great recomendations so far but I think a wooly Bugger is the most versatile fly you could use, especially in still water. Strip it fast and it will look like a minnow or a sculpin, let it drop and twitch and it's a dead ringer for a leech or worm.
yep, swirl nailed it
for bass a size 2 or 4(try to find the ones with rubber legs, bass love that)
for pans a size 8 or 10 will work fine. try charteuse or white, both work well for me.


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