Published Dec 29. 2021 - 4 months ago
Updated or edited Dec 29. 2021

David's Bugger

It does not always have to be complicated to be effective - allmost quite the contrary. One of the most all-round flies has to be the classic Wooly Bugger which has fooled fish all over the world. In this video we have had a visit from the talented Swedish fly tyer and sea trout fisherman David Leijon, who ties his simple favorite fly to the search for coastal sea run brown trouts. The color choice can be superb for the days, when the water is clear and quiet and the traditional fluo colors can not trigger the fish to bite, the neutral fly can most often fool the fish.

Midnight Bugger or Davids Bugger

Hook: Ahrex NS122 Light Stinger # 6
Thread: Fl. Orange UTC
Tail: Fiery brown polarfox and violet Angel-Hair
Body: Spectra Dub Night Special
Rib: Oval gold tinsel
Hackle: Brown hackle

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