Just some WB's

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  1. Patagonguy

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    Those are some particularly nice buggers. Top right would be great for Rock Ford. Tied small it would be a nice panfish/crappie fly. The red beads and wraps behind them are nice too.
     
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    White WB with grizz hackle... I fish one lake where the trout love those things. I have no idea why. Shewey says he has good luck with them in the desert lakes.

    When the salmon runs were strong, the purple WB was THE fly to use for chinook salmon in Oregon.
     
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    Very interesting thoughts and experiences, guys. :)
     
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    Nice looking buggers.
     
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    I just love Buggers. Love to tie them. Love to fish them.

    Sometimes, more importantly, the fish love them also.

    Nice looking bugs. I especially like the two on the left.
     

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