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VIDEO: How To Tie A Masked Wooly Bugger

Posted by on Jun 27, 2016 in Fly Tying, Fly Tying Video, How To | No Comments

The wooly bugger, featured in this month’s Fly Tying box, is one of the most effective patterns of all time, no matter the conditions or the species you’re after. Many think of the wooly bugger as a “beginner pattern” since you’re sure to find it in every fly fishing starter kit around, but if you ask any guide what fly they tell their clients to tie on more than anything, it’s going to be a wooly bugger.

Adding a Flymen Fishing Company Fish-Skull Fish Mask to a standard wooly bugger pattern, and their Living Eyes, can take that standard go-to pattern to the next level. The only question is, what fish are you going to chase with it?

Materials Needed For A Masked Wooly Bugger

Head: Fish-Skull Fish Mask #3

Eyes: Fish-Skull Living Eyes

Hook: #8 Streamer

Tail: Olive Marabou Feathers

Body: Olive Chenille

Hackle: Olive Palmered Hackle

Thread: Olive Floss

How To Tie A Masked Wooly Bugger

 

Masked Wooly Bugger Instructions

Tying a masked wooly bugger is easy, but super effective on species all over the country.

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