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Patience, practice keys to tying your own flies

Jonathan Picchione
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
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Do you know what a Woolly Bugger is? A Woolly Bugger is a type of bait used for fly fishing. It is meant to look like a water insect larva because that's one of the many things fish eat. When you go fly fishing you want to have the right flies. This means you use a fly that represents a bug that is hatching in season. The Woolly Bugger is special because it is the ...


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