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Wooly Bugger #14063455 07/16/21 01:38 AM
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Finally got around to tying my first wooly bugger. Didn’t intend for it to come out this beastly but i wanted some meat to it. Saw a guy on youtube with a pretty slick way of tying in the legs and it was surprisingly the easiest part.
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Well Done thumb

Re: Wooly Bugger [Re: Dougfresh] #14063493 07/16/21 02:16 AM
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I like that. Good choice of colors.

Re: Wooly Bugger [Re: Dougfresh] #14065445 07/18/21 12:03 AM
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Dougfresh,

You inspired me but I could not figure out how you did the legs. But I did add a lil meat to the bones thus creating some Very Wooly Buggers in 3 colors and sizes. Then I tied 2 Darters out of my leftovers (I hate to waste material) located on the front of the foam block..

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Those are nice. I have some practicing to do. Heres a link on how to tie the legs in. Wooly Bugger rubber legs

Re: Wooly Bugger [Re: Dougfresh] #14065464 07/18/21 12:44 AM
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Looks great, well done.


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Is there some ethnic or religious that eats Llama?"
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Originally Posted by Dougfresh
Those are nice. I have some practicing to do. Heres a link on how to tie the legs in. Wooly Bugger rubber legs


Thanks for the link. I have some multi color cone heads on order I'll give it a try when they come in. Also if you meant beastly in your original post to mean awesome for a first attempt, I agree whole heartedly.

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Re: Wooly Bugger [Re: Dougfresh] #14067123 07/19/21 10:10 PM
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Although not a wooly bugger I used the same process putting legs on this modified Zonker. Thank you. It works well.

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