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Big Woolly Buggers for Bass

If you know a thing or two about the woolly bugger fly, then it should come as no surprise that they’re more than just trout food.  One of the reasons I chose the woolly bugger as the central character for my children’s fly fishing books is because the woolly bugger is so effective at deceiving such a wide variety of gamefish. Granted, a largemouth bass will eat anything, but that doesn’t mean you need to throw just anything at them. Over at The Naturalist’s Angle, blogkeeper Jay ties a variation of the woolly bugger for bucketmouths and includes a recipe HERE.

The bigger the better.


One thought on “Big Woolly Buggers for Bass”

  1. Ben Mckinley says:

    Woolly buggers catch anything that swims, brookies and steelies get caught most often on them here, but I’ve landed a few stripers, and even a flounder on woolly buggers before.

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