Fly Tying: Cajones on a Woolly Bugger

Cajones Woolly Bugger (Black) Swede's Fly Shop

Found this pattern at FishEyeSoup; I believe the ‘cajones’ attached to the head of the fly are probably the type that are a long string of single eggs attached by a cotton cord. One can clip off single eggs or groups….or in this case ‘cajones’. I think the cajones may come in different colors if I recall correctly from my gear days. There is a Western Hemisphere Pattern similar in construction called the Tenates Fly (Chitoso Amigos)

3 Responses to “Fly Tying: Cajones on a Woolly Bugger”

  1. 1 SwittersB
    February 9, 2010 at 19:01

    Well, good point. However, the Booby fly is already taken and given my track record here, I won’t venture further down that road.


  2. 2 Fly to Fly
    February 7, 2010 at 18:22

    I think this is ine heck of a good looking pattern!


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