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Old 12-30-2013, 04:18 PM
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Question wooly buggers, pictures of

I'm looking for some inspiration
how about posting some photos of wooly's?

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here is few that works for rainbows over here

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Here are my sparkle ghost buggers - there's a step by step with materials on the fly patterns forum.

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a couple of Mini Buggers

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Now, I'm all but ashamed to show you what I tie. Anyways,,,I rarely use a bead head...but I prefer (most of the time) for weight on the tippet in front of the wooly,,or nymph,,,as I like to get them down to the fish, but still not have them so heavy that they have an unnatural movement.
These are pretty simple,,bout as good as I tie ,,but they still catch fish. I also like mine fairly 'full and fuzzy' as they slim down a LOT under water. I am SO impressed with you other guys ablities,,just awesome guys.

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Old 12-30-2013, 09:16 PM
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Good call on the wooly thread Monkey. Some of the fishiest I've seen. Stop apologizing for yours Mike. That second one looks double extra buggy to me. I can see I need to spend an extra buck on some better quality materials next time I order.
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That second one IA I used that woolly fuzzy yarn you can buy. The top one, dubbing. I think I'm prefering that woolly yarn best,,and it's so much easier and faster,,and looks way buggier than chenille. I ain't making excuses for my tie exactly but I can't take a detailed picture indoors at all,,it's hit and miss.
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That second one IA I used that woolly fuzzy yarn you can buy. The top one, dubbing. I think I'm prefering that woolly yarn best,,and it's so much easier and faster,,and looks way buggier than chenille. I ain't making excuses for my tie exactly but I can't take a detailed picture indoors at all,,it's hit and miss.
I know what you are saying. My camera struggles with fly PICs. The woolies in this thread are ridiculously perfect. A lot of talented tyers on this forum.
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plenty of inspiration here

https://www.google.com/search?q=wool...w=1600&bih=774

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