A Wooly Bugger will catch fish from just below the water's surface all the way down to the bottom. They work from ice out until the season end in late fall. To begin a Woolly Bugger, with or without a bead, is a wonderful leech pattern when tied in black or olive. Tied in white with a bit of pearl krystal flash and it can easily imitate a smelt. Fish a small weighted olive bugger along the bottom of a trout pond, early in the season, and fish easily see it as a dragon or damsel fly nymph. Add a bit more weight and bounce it along the bottom of moving water and fish see it as a sculpin. Dead drift it under an indiator and fool'em into thinking its a stonefly nymph.
Here we have assembled a assortment of 18 buggers in a variety of colors, sizes and weights. They all come in a FREE Clear Top Fly Case.
You'll have flies that imitate some sort of fish food all season long.