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Aug
10

Fly Tying: ScareCrow Bugger

A Woolly Bugger is so familiar that one almost turns away from it. In a variety of sizes and colors one could fish for most any species of freshwater fish.  So, anyway…this ScareCrow Bugger is offered as an example of leftovers from yesterday’s dinner. Remnants of an old boa for the tail, some old brown rug yarn, a brown hackle and a black bead come together nicely for a perfect piece of temptation.


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