Help wanted??
Tied by: Joe Michel Butler County, US
Joe Michel

Joe Michel
1 month ago

What is the best fly to start making that the trout will really hit well? Like a Woolly Bugger?

Jon Redwine
1 month ago

You already mentioned it Joe. A Woolly Bugger!! A Woolly Bugger can imitate many different species of trout prey. Anything from leeches, hellgrammites, crayfish, minnows, tadpoles, Madtom catfish, or large stone flies. It’s a pretty fail safe fly to start with. Tie it in several colors and sizes, weighted and unweighted and you will have all the variations covered. It will catch fish when other things won’t. That’s my 2 cents, but there are many experienced tiers and fishermen on here that will help you. Good luck and have fun with it.

Joe Michel
1 month ago

Thank u so much @jredwine

Matthew
1 month ago

Just one fly or multiple

Greg Giusti
1 month ago

I can’t think of a better all around trout fly in different sizes. My only suggestion is try tying some on 1/80 oz jig heads. I think you’ll be pleased with the results in still water or fished on the swing.

Zeke
1 month ago

Woolly buggers are great! I also recommend the Pheasant tail nymphs which are relatively easy to tie. A Jared ear nymph would be good too. The simplest thing I can think of is a peacock nymph. Good luck!

Joe Michel
1 month ago

Thank u guys so much your advice will be put to good use @ZekeMT @Machew_Penguin @Greg

Raimund
1 month ago

Never leave the house without woolies!!! I just tie them in black. Marabou for the tail. And i brush black wool an mix it with a little black ice dub.

Raimund
1 month ago

And of course Montana Nymphs and Pheasent tails

Kieler krchmar
1 month ago

try a elk hair caddis they catch so many trout or a steelhead egg or you could even tie a jig or a deer hair jig go check my account out

Michael hackwith
26 days ago

now....how did tyou tie that to get the bead up there?

Anthony Peterson
25 days ago

Yes wooly buggers trout will eat them and you can make them fast and in any color to mimic any thing but I would make some dry flies to

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