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Old 11-24-2008, 02:17 PM
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The Bloody Bugger is simply a Black Wolley Bugger with red in the body and tail. I use red crystal flash in the tail and also wind it around the under body before I wind the hackle toward the eye of the hook. A conehead or bead is also recommended



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Old 11-24-2008, 07:09 PM
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Those are beautiful pics and nice fish!!!! Thanks for posting those pics!! What kind of camera was used to take those pics? Very nice picture.
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Old 11-24-2008, 07:25 PM
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I miss Brown Trout. There are no Brown Trout here. I used to be fishing hard at this time of year, it is the only time you can find the really big males out and about.
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I have never fished for browns yet but there is a stream about a hour and a half-2 hours from here that has um. I want to get there asap but am waiting on my cousin. he is gonna get off work for vacation in the spring/summer and we will go camp there and try it out! a brownie is my dream fish!!! I have caught steelhead before but to me the best fish will be a brownie!!! I can't wait to see that yellow bottom with a brown top with red/yellowish/black spots!!! aahhhhhhh I need to wipe my mouth of drool..... thanks I just made a exact bugger basically this waybut used all black and some pearl flash. will have to get some red flash asap! fish love red in my opinion
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browns are good looking fish...my favorite trout
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Works well for river fishing for smallmouth bass too.
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that looks like a sweet pattern!!! What kinda hackle is that
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Awesome pics of some gorgeous Browns...Fall, late October or November?

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Strange when I clicked on the photos, none of them worked for me.
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