The Woolly Buggers provide a pulsating movement in the water and imitate many insects including dragon fly and damsel nymphs as well as crayfish and leeches a great trout lure / streamer imitating fry. Woolly buggers are used lots throughout the world including USA, Canada and Australia. We have used these in India to imitate large insects and caterpillars and used them in trout waters to hammer Rainbow Trout
Wooly Bugger Fly Fishing Techniques
Woolly Bugger flies can be drifted, stripped and fished in very small sizes to through to larger larger sizes. Because of their materials they provide superb motion from the marabou that often triggers a strike from predatory trout. Colors of the Wooly Bugger can also make a great difference, try different colours. When it is Winter or Spring the water is cold, fish lay deep in belly of pools and lakes so a normal approach is to get then deep, and dead drift them knowing the fishes metabolism is low, and they won't chase their food and need the fly presenting closer to them than in summer when they will chase readily.