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If they don't make it in by Thursday keep them or donate them.

 

Chris

 

Well Chris at long last the Buggers have arrived. :thumbup: :headbang: :punk: :kicking: :cheers: Definetly worth the wait.

 

 

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All the bugs have been sorted and packed. I was going to tag the flies with out tags, but I think we all would like to see what's coming.

 

I don't think anyone is going to be disappointed. No two buggers are the same. I think that this set of bugs would fit right into the pages of Woolly Wisdom: How to Tie and Fish Woolly Worms and their Fish-Catching Kin

 

So with out Further Delay I present Thirteen of the finest Woolly Buggers ever tied.

 

 

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those buggers look awsome great job everyone

 

Thanks for the great swap it was alot of fun trying to come up with a new bugger.

 

 

Chance

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THIS IS AN ALL FISH ALERT.

 

Reports indicate that 144 Woolly Buggers have made their escape from New Jersey and are headed to various parts of the U.S. and Canada.

A Postal Worker in Princeton reported: "An individual matching the description of a known FlyTyingForum Member, was last seen dropping off a dozen packages suspected of containing "Deadly Woolly Buggers" during his lunch break." All warm water and cold water species of fish are asked to be on alert; as the Woolly Buggers are considered to be "Deadly Fish Attractors" in the hands of the well equipped and infamous FlyTyingForum Members.

 

In other words: "HERE COME THE BUGS!!!!"

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Rich.. Rich. Don't laugh too hard but.......

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Which one is mine? :dunno: ANSWER: #11

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I also got mine today too,they are all awesome. Frankly they opened my eyes to the various types of buggers, typically the bugger is the last thing I reach for in my fly box... but I have a new respect for them after seeing all the different types.

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Mine came today!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Very nice all.....Can't wait to fish them in the spring.....Thanks for hosting Rich....Swaps kick ass....

Mine came today (Sat). Some real nice applications. Hopefully by spring I will be able to drive and fish again. Great swap, Rich

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Rich.. Rich. Don't laugh too hard but.......

As in a

123

456

789

10 11 12

13

 

Which one is mine? :dunno:

 

 

I believe yours is number 6. I knew I should have put the toe tags under them. :lol:

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HO! HO! LITTLE BUGGERS CAME.

 

What a nice bunch of woolly buggers. Can't wait till spring. Rich I did a process of elimination and mine is #11 :hyst: .

Thanks for hosting a bunch of great bugs and everyone...prize collection :yahoo: :yahoo:

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