Published Mar 26. 2018 - 2 years ago
Updated or edited Mar 26. 2018

Flash Bugger

This Flash Bugger is a simple little bright fly for targetting pond species like perch, rock bass, crappie, bluegill, pumpkinseed, and trout.

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Flash Bugger Fly pattern Recipe

Hook: Mustad S82-3906B #8-12
Bead: Copper brass
Thread: Fl. Pink FWN (210d)
Tail: Marabou
Body: Estaz standard

color variations:
pink / blue, pink/chartreuse,
gray\blue, chartreuse, olive,
and brown (tail\body)

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