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Rubber Legged Woolly Bugger

 
tied by cbinwindsor
Fly Type: Attractor Pattern, Inverted Hook, Streamers, Weighted,
Target Species: Freshwater Bass, Trout,
Recommended Region: Central Canada,
Imitation: Crayfish, General Baitfish,
Material List:
Blood Quill Marabou
Chenille
Strung Hackle
Silli Legs
Dumbell Eyes
Dubbing
No.4 Streamer Hook
Thread
Tying Instructions: Start thread a dn tie in the dumbell eyes
Tie in marabou tail
Tie in silli legs with maraibou
Tie in hackle
Tie in chenille
Wrap chenille foreword to the eye, tie off and clip
Wrap hackle foreword to the eye, tie off and clip
Tie in legs behind the eyes
Dub the head
Glue the head
Presentation Tips: - stripped in current as a sculpin pattern
- presented in structure and allowed to drop
- stripped in stillwater as a crayfish pattern



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