A great fly for bass! Wooly buggers have been used for so many species, pretty much all species have been caught on a bugger or a bugger variant. Here is a bugger variant that I believe will work great for bass and other warm water species.
What I love about this, is that the tail moves freely, but the front section moves a lot of water due to the big “bugger” profile.
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Here is a list of materials I used on this fly, and links to where you can buy them.
Hook: Risen #300 – www.risenfly.com/collections/hooks/products/streamer-300
Weight: .010 lead wire – amzn.to/2FY8GlG
Thread: White Veevus 140 Power Thread – amzn.to/2FY8GlG
Tail Dubbing: Risen Streamer Fiber Dubbing – www.risenfly.com/collections/feathers/products/streamer-fibers-dubbing
Hotspot Dubbing: Ice Dub – amzn.to/2I7mVrw
Feather: White or Cream Rooster Saddle – amzn.to/2VRmPYl
Resin: Solarez Ultra Thin UV Resin – www.solarez.com/product/fly-tie-ultra-thin-bone-dry/
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