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Old 09-06-2013, 09:39 PM
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Default Re: Check off another species for the Wooly Bugger

Heres a couple other wooly bugger victims from a couple weeks ago.

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I have caught pike, stripers, and redfish along with the usual suspects on wooly buggers.

Yes, it is an amazing fly!
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Most likely the only negative aspect to the "Zoltán" of all flies is that the Snakehead seems to enjoy them far to much... Then you have to take your bugger back by putting your hand near the mouth of these ungodly creatures!
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Ah, the old reliable WB. I've caught everything from Carp and Bigmouth Buffalo to Flathead Catfish on it. All in one day too.
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Default Re: Check off another species for the Wooly Bugger

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Most likely the only negative aspect to the "Zoltán" of all flies is that the Snakehead seems to enjoy them far to much... Then you have to take your bugger back by putting your hand near the mouth of these ungodly creatures!
Speak for yourself kemosabe. I roll my own. Cut the damn thing off (then kill the beast, at least if you're in Fl..
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