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Wooly Bugger

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  1. Looking for guest bloggers/writers Wooly Bugger Fly Co. is building out its website to include articles and resources for fellow anglers. The articles will be highlighted in our monthly newsletter and listed on our website. With that said, we are seeking out guest bloggers/writers to partner with us. So if you have an article idea or you currently blog, this would be a great way to expand your reader base and exposure. All articles will include your name, short bio, and website link. How to submit You can submit your guest posts by emailing it to contact@woolybuggerflyco.com. Please include your name, a short bio (2 or 3 sentences), and your website link. This will be posted at the top of your article. Article Requirements Content has to relate to anything fly fishing that you think will benefit others (ie how to dead drift a midge, product review, what gear you need for winter fishing, etc) It must be original content – not published anywhere else. Up to 2 links back to your site Short bio (2 or 3 sentences) and website link Feel free to link to your article once it’s published. Please include videos and/or pictures when applicable You can submit your article to social media sites. You are releasing the rights to your article when you submit it to Wooly Bugger Fly. Disclaimer Not all articles will be posted. Wooly Bugger Fly Co. reserves the right to make slight adjustments to your post before being published to the website.
  2. Fished below the cable at Montauk on Tuesday, March 13. Great day to be fishing. Lots of small hatches. We had success with soft hackles and midges. Lots of browns. They were biting right below the water surface.
  3. Thanks everyone. I appreciate everyone's feedback and comments. I ended up ordering the Simms G3s. Can't wait to try them out.
  4. They were Red Ball. I took pretty good care of them. Never had a leak.
  5. After 15 years, I am in the market for some new waders. With the upcoming ban on felt sole waders in Missouri starting next year, I am being forced to buy another pair. Any suggestions or recommendations?
  6. I overheard a guy talking about WB with a blue stripe through the tail. Does anyone know about this or have used it? I would be curious to know what the blue stripe is.
  7. Just sent out our first monthly newsletter

  8. I just got some Black, Olive, and Brown Baby Buggers in sizes 14 to 20. Send me an email and I will send you some.
  9. That is what I am thinking. Either a 20 or 22. Either way, they were everywhere. Nothing like seeing a fly bouncing on the water and then watching a trout time the bounce perfectly, jumping out of the water to grab the fly.
  10. Not sure. Could have been the weather. When I was there, the weather was in the 60s and 70s and there was a huge hatch. They were aggressively coming to the service. During the later part of the day, you had to go deep in the holes to get them out. My brother-in-law had more success with olive buggers with split-shots. You definitely have to give it another try sometime. I typically fish above the spillover and back up through the fly-only area. Lots of great holes. The amazing thing is that you can see fish everywhere. They were surrounding me like sharks. Take care.
  11. I figure these forums are a great way to post potential resources for other anglers. For anyone needing a reel repaired or serviced, I had great experience with Archuleta's Reel Works. My first reel was a Lamson. I wanted to keep it as a back-up and sent it to Archuleta to be repaired. It is as good as new. For what it is worth, his website is http://www.archuletasreelworks.com/
  12. Would a 4 wt rod work for this stream? I have always wanted to try it and am looking to go in a couple of weeks.
  13. Troy- I am sorry to hear that. What part of the stream were you fishing?
  14. Found a hitchhiker in my reel last week when I was fishing. The fish were aggressive and I guess this was the safest place for this little guy to hide out.
  15. If you have young kids or grandkids, you have to check out 'Olive the Woolly Bugger' books by Kirk Werner. This is a great way to get them interested in fly fishing. I plan on buying them for my kids and nephews for Christmas. Check out his books at http://olivethewoollybugger.com/
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