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    Default Check off another species for the Wooly Bugger

    Is there anything a wooly bugger wont catch?

    another wooly bugger victim - YouTube
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    Default Re: Check off another species for the Wooly Bugger

    I have to agree, the wooly bugger is a pretty awesome fly pattern, especially when you consider how easy it is to tie.

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    Default Re: Check off another species for the Wooly Bugger

    2 weeks ago a buddy even caught me on a wooly bugger. They are just that good.

    (Snagged my pack....lucky for him)

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    Default Re: Check off another species for the Wooly Bugger

    Nice little musky!

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    Default Re: Check off another species for the Wooly Bugger

    I think I could almost solely depend on buggers, clousers, bead head nymphs for about 95% of all my fly fishing. Bass, trout, gills, those three flies could basicly do the job all the time if I needed. Nice little musky in that video by the way.

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    Default Re: Check off another species for the Wooly Bugger

    This year I've caught...
    Browns
    Bows
    Brookies
    Perch
    Bluegill
    Green sunfish
    Pumpkinseed
    Black/white Crappie
    Pike
    LMB
    SMB
    rock bass
    White bass
    Walleye
    Sauger
    Sheephead

    All on black buggers

    Bet you can't guess what fly I have fished the most this year.

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    Default Re: Check off another species for the Wooly Bugger

    Channel Cat can be added to the list.
    Paul

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    Default Re: Check off another species for the Wooly Bugger

    Nice fish Jay! The bugger and variants should be a staple in any and every fly box, the exception being dry fly snobs. Big ones, small ones, variations, they simply catch fish. Well done
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    Default Re: Check off another species for the Wooly Bugger

    Quote Originally Posted by itchmesir View Post
    This year I've caught...
    Browns
    Bows
    Brookies
    Perch
    Bluegill
    Green sunfish
    Pumpkinseed
    Black/white Crappie
    Pike
    LMB
    SMB
    rock bass
    White bass
    Walleye
    Sauger
    Sheephead

    All on black buggers

    Bet you can't guess what fly I have fished the most this year.
    Ive been diversifying lately... I've been using brown, olive, olive/black and more white patterns for strike detection.

    I just picked up black/orange and interested to fish them in hopes of fish interested in that hot spot orange look. So far the olive patterns are working well
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    Default Re: Check off another species for the Wooly Bugger

    All colors of buggers will catch fish no doubt. But if you got black. Imho you don't need any other colors aside from maybe white.

    I often use another color after black has kept me busy and just want to see if they'll take anything else.

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