Bead Head Wooly Bugger Streamer - 2 Pack

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A Bead Head Wooly Bugger Streamer - 2 Pack supplies you with two of what is one of the most used fly patterns ever designed. The modern Wooly Bugger is attributed to the late Russell Blessing of Lancaster, PA, but its origins can be traced as far back as 1653. The Bugger imitates so many different creatures that trout, steelhead, salmon, bass, pike, Arctic char, bluegills, crappies, and a host of other gamefish devour. Depending upon how you fish it, a Wooly Bugger can act like a leech, an aquatic worm, a baitfish, a hellgrammite, a crayfish, a nymph, or whatever else predatory fish think it is when that seductively dancing marabou tail catches their eye. The bead head on this version helps to get the Wooly Bugger down where it can be fished on the bottom – or anywhere up into the water column from there. It is proclaimed that you can't fish a Wooly Bugger wrong because everything works some of the time. And who can't use another Bugger? Take some fresh ones to your favorite waters by getting a Bead Head Wooly Bugger Streamer - 2 Pack!


  • Use for almost any freshwater predatory fish: trout, steelhead, salmon, Arctic char, pike, bass, crappies, etc.
  • Mimics a whole host of possible prey: leeches, worms, baitfish, hellgrammites, crayfish, and even a nymph
  • Technique: Try anything – it will work some of the time! Cast across the water upstream and let it drift until it is across from you and then strip line quickly. Or slowly. Or in jerks and twitches; sink it and bottom-bounce it; crawl, or swing it; improve your chances by trying to imitate the prey that is predominant in the area at that time and a Wooly Bugger will catch fish
  • Qty. per Pack: 2

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