Articles By and About Fly Tyers

The Woolly Bugger by Dennis Stead

The Woolly Bugger is a fly that I consider a favorite in my fly box. As a streamer, it works great imitating a minnow or crayfish. In this blog post, Dennis Stead presents his version of the Woolly Bugger, except with a twist. Woolly Bugger Materials: Hook: TMC5264...

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The Sawyer Nymph

Introduction Competent angler and naturalist Oliver Kite describes the Sawyer Nymph as one of the most effective nymph fly patterns ever devised (Sutcliffe, T.). The Sawyer Nymph, when finished has a pronounced thorax suggesting a bulging wing case and body that...

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