Video tutorial courtesy of our friends at InTheRiffle
The Woolly Worm is a classic streamer pattern mainly used for trout, bass, and bluegill. The two most popular colors are black/red and olive/red.
The Woolly Worm is best tied on a small streamer hook in sizes #04-08. The Woolly Worm is a very versatile pattern. It can be dead drifted, stripped back, or swung in the current. The Woolly Worm has been a staple pattern in trout fly boxes for a long time, and continues to be a favorite pattern among many anglers today!
Now just sit back, and watch James from InTheRiffle tie the Woolly Worm! When you’re done, it’s game on! Let’s see what you can tie, then what you can catch!
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Woolly Worm Recipe:
Hook: Tiemco 5262 #04-08
Weight: .025 Lead Wire
Thread: Black UTC 140
Tail: Red Marabou
Body: Black Fine Chenille
Collar: Grizzly Whiting High and Dry Rooster Cape
Rib: Copper Small Wire
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