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Tying an Olive Woolly Bugger

October 17, 2011 By: Marshall Cutchin

Tim Flagler ties another freshwater classic, the Olive Woolly Bugger. Authored by fly tyer Russell Blessing of Pennsylvania in 1967 to resemble hellgrammites, or dobsonfly nymphs, this utilitarian streamer pattern continues to stand the test of time.