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Old 05-08-2013, 11:14 AM
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Default Re: Wooly Bugger or Crayfish fly?

If I am fishing during the crayfish molt, I'm usually fishing Haddon's Dead Drift Crayfish. It is an effective fly. However it is a pain to tie, so I buy mine.

Using a multi-colored Woolly Bugger or some sort of variant is not a bad idea. In Ralph Cutter's book, Fish Food, he mentions dead drifting buggers as an effective way to catch trout. A fly that he uses quite a bit is called the Goblin. It is a Woolly Bugger variant.

Dennis
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