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Thread: The Mighty Woolly Bugger

  1. #11
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    With the Cape streams high as they are now, a big orange woolly B, cast up and across, and stripped aggressively across the fast moving current, is a deadly tactic... not really gentle and delicate like trout fishing should be, but is guaranteed to get a few trout.....Even cast downstream and stripped back up...... horrible way to fish for trout, but hey, when you get desperate, give it a go.
    Disclaimer.... none of my posts are intended to be "expert advice"..just opinions from someone who is willing to help where he can.

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    Has anyone tried a Pancora WB, I have a few in my box but have never tried them out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Helios View Post
    Has anyone tried a Pancora WB, I have a few in my box but have never tried them out.
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    I know bass love them

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    Quote Originally Posted by MCC View Post
    ET, I see they refer to it as a good Bass fly :-)
    Dead right MC. I have caught both Bass and Trout on this fly.

    This link below features flies that will work on Bass as well as trout....

    http://www.flyfishohio.com/Fly_Box_Porn_Bob_Petti.htm


    And the Lectric Leech is also among those flies. I don't fish a stillwater without this fly in my box.

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