The wooly bugger is one of the most versatile and widely used streamer patterns ever created. Because of this, multiple ways of tying it have evolved. Today I am demonstrating the two most popular ways, and you can decide which you find the best. The first way is by far the quickest and easiest way, however I do find that it can occasionally come undone and therefor is not as durable. The 2nd way is the most durable that I have used, however it takes a bit longer to tie. Please let me know which ways you like best, and tell me what your favorite is.
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Hooks: Risen streamer 300 – www.risenfly.com/collections/hooks/products/streamer-300
Weight: .015 sized lead wire – amzn.to/35znGlm
Thread: Olive Veevus 6/0 – amzn.to/2rYJ6K4
Tail: Olive blood quill marabou – amzn.to/2PSC55q
Flash: Gold crystal flash – amzn.to/36N86mh
Body: Chenille – amzn.to/2tuSRA9
Ribbing: Small sized wire – amzn.to/2PCJDdY
Hackle: Rooster saddle or American saddle: amzn.to/34yzz9V
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