Need a fly on a desert island, the wooly bugger the one of the most famous streamer flies because it can catch almost anything. From trout, bass, to bonefish the wooly bugger should no doubt be in your fly collection while on the water.
5.00/5 Stars out of 9 Reviews
Drew (Ohio) | January 5th, 2021
Great wolly bugger. Gobbled up.
Jim W (NC) | October 4th, 2020
This weekend was my first time fly fishing, and I caught seven of my ten landed trout using the wooly bugger. Would highly recommend to anyone!
Jason (MO) | September 2nd, 2020
Every color of this works on trout for me
Jason (Missouri) | September 2nd, 2020
Works great in Missouri trout parks
Justin (Colorado) | September 2nd, 2020
A go-to pattern in a ton of situations and for so many species. Black has been the most productive color, but olive is close behind. Love me some buggers!
David Preston (CA) | July 31st, 2020
Heading to Oregon and Northern California for Salmon and steelhead fishing on the Smith and Klamath.. Looking forward to trying this product out on my new Orvis Spey Rod bought at Reelflyrod.com.
Chandler Cole (Ohio) | June 3rd, 2020
Fantastic for smallmouth and largemouth. I use this on Lake Erie and rivers feed to Erie. Worth the buy, size 6
Carlos (MT) | March 2nd, 2020
Ahhh the good ole wooly bugger. Who doesnt love this classic for large brown trout
Brayden (Ohio) | February 15th, 2020
If anyone is starting out in fly fishing I would suggest you pick a couple of these up, these can catch you, trout,bass,panfish,catfish,carp. Dont know what the fish are bitting, cast one of these bad boys out on the water you might catch something, I'm not gonna tell you that you will catch a fish every time you go fishing, but the ammount of fish that will go for it, but you might have better odds of catching something!