Published Jun 28. 2021 - 3 weeks ago
Updated or edited Jun 28. 2021

Magic Bugger

The Wooly Bugger is proberbly one of the most versatile flies ever invented. The long soft tail made of marabou and the palmerhackle give this fly the movement a few fish can resist. The skilled danish tyer Jesper Lindquist Andersen ties in this video his version in the popular salmon color and he even makes the fly move much more than usual by mounting a Marc Petitjean Magic Head in front of the fly - this makes the fly leathal for the fish, or to use his own words - put it in the water and the magic happens.

Hook: Ahrex NS110 #6 + MP Magic Head R12

Thread: Fl. Shell Pink UTC

Rib: Nylon

Tail: Wooly Bugger Marabou Peach + Crinkle Mirror Flash Pearl

Body: 6 mm. Cactus Chenille Peach

Hackle: Salmon Cock Hackle

Head: SLF Saltwater Fl. Shell Pink

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