The woolly bugger has rightfully been described as the most versatile fly in existence. It can be fished as a streamer or a nymph, aggressively stripped across the current or dead drifted under an indicator. In any number of conditions it is a incredibly effective fly. Anglers in the know carry woolly buggers in several sizes and colors at all times whether they are fishing for trout, salmon, panfish, bass or even carp. These flies even produce in salt water!
Our woolly buggers are tied with just a big of flash added to the tail. This egg head woolly bugger has a painted bead head that imitates an egg sucking leech and attracts more trout, steelhead and salmon while also adding a bit of additional weight. These aren't the prettiest flies around but they work very well.