Published Apr 7. 2018 - 2 years ago
Updated or edited Apr 13. 2018

Fuzzy Bugger

Part Woolly Bugger and part Fuzzy Wuzzy. Started out as a Woolly Bugger tied with the cool speckled Whiting Coq De Leon hen feathers. But since the best part of these feathers were to short for the palmer hackle on larger hook sizes - I started using the Fuzzy Wuzzy style with 2 seperate hackles. Worked so great - that i had to give the fly a name. Since I just combined two great patterns - the name had to be Fuzzy Bugger :0) I tie this fly in a variety of colours - so it's more a tying style, that a precise pattern. Works great with partridge hackles as well. You can choose colours to match your local leeches and rag worms.

Michael Jensen

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