The best we've found for Woolly Buggers. The densest Antron chenille available. Pearl Mylar® tinsel adds fish-catching flash. A must. In sculpin olive, tan, brown, white, chartreuse, black, olive. In medium, small. Made in USA. For sizes: 6-10.
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8 of 8(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
"I have been searching for a way to add just enough flash to my Wooly Buggers without making them too fat. I don't like a real flashy Bugger. The small size makes for a slender profile on size 4 and 6 hooks, and the density makes it easy to get an even body. Just enough flash. My lead free cone head Buggers are tied in a variety of combos of olive and black and have caught multiple species of large fish."
"This stuff looks very nice to me and I hope fish feel the same. I wondered why the price was less and no length is specified until I received it. Nothing close to 5 yards like regular chenille. That's why 4 stars."
"My friends kept asking me why my wooly buggers looked so great, and I finally let it slip that I switched to using Orvis' wooly bugger chenile. The wooly bugger is something I have to keep in my fly box for any occasion, in all sizes and colors (with and without weight, or with and without flash) because it's just one of those killer flies (at least for me). Having this chenile on hand makes it easier for me to tie all my buggers at the season's beginning. The material holds up well to the beating it takes during my season and my flies continue to look great (as well as working great)."
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Review 8 for Woolly Bugger Chenille
Steelhead slayer chenille,
June 18, 2008
"This is by far the finest wooly bugger body material I have found. I have found, as have the friends I tie for, that the buggers tied with this chenille out fish all the others I have used by a wide margin. I started using this when it first became available and my hookups increased dramatically. I don't even pick up any of the other types I have in my materials drawers when tying wooly buggers anymore."