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Old 12-30-2008, 06:57 PM
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Default woolly bugger with a prop

these are killers for small mouth in streams. Olive colors work great. I didn't have a chance to try it for trout yet, but I think they would do pretty good.
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Old 12-30-2008, 07:26 PM
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Pistol Petes or around here they are called HUMMERS.
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Yeap they are good for trout to, I first started useing them in roaring river, south MO. Watch it though some guys will give ya **** for useing them and say your cheating of some damn thing no kidding, for trout fishing that is
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Default Re: woolly bugger with a prop

I don't think it's cheating. If that's cheating then using anything other than feathers and fur - like crystal flash, wire, beads, rubber tails, lead eyes,etc. is cheating.
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Your flies look great!

I have caught alot of bass with a crawdad pattern that has a prop on the front of it!
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CAN WE TALK BEAD'S FOR EGGS.......No not cheating, but in my eyes ADAPTING!


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LOL yes it is, and I DO NOT think spinners and beads for eggs or any of that is cheating, but there are those out there taht do, like useing dropper rigs or CZnymphing or mnay other NEW ideals and things.
I say unless your useing treble hooks to snag or dynamite go for it. The reason I said that is I actually had an older man give me greif for useing one of those oneday. Said I might as well be useing a mepps and a spinning rod I just grined and said i just might later.
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Default Re: woolly bugger with a prop

They work here too. I haven't tied/fished any recently, but they will fool many a sunfish and white bass fished on the swing at the proper depth.
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Default Re: woolly bugger with a prop

I had most of my luck with smallies this year on a size 10 brown wooley bugger in the late summer. also clouser minnowsin red/white and olive/white I caught prolly 20 plus bass or so in 3 days of fishing and will be ready this year seeing as I figured this off late in the summer!
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Yeap they are good for trout to, I first started useing them in roaring river, south MO. Watch it though some guys will give ya **** for useing them and say your cheating of some damn thing no kidding, for trout fishing that is
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I also fish Roaring River and I know in the fly shop the have a spinner that you can purchase to attach to a fly. But like you said, if you fish in the area that is "flies only" some people do speak out against them.

Where else but Roaring River can you take a box full of flies only for four fish!
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