Wooly Bugger strip

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Wooly Bugger strip

Na netu sam našao izuzetno lepo urađen strip u 10 crteža o tome kako se jednostavno pravi možda i ponajbolja imitacija na svetu – Wooly bugger.
Pogledajte i probajte napraviti svoju verziju. Budite uporni i upornost će se isplatiti.

Na njih sam lovio puno vrsta riba, a najviše pastrmki (potočara i kalifornijskih).

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Kasnije pravite neku svoju varijantu – promenite boju perja, boju šenila, otežanje, žicu za porebravanje, … i uživajte dok lovite na jednu od najviše korišćenih imitacija.

Dobro su mi se pokazale sledeće boje: crna, maslinasta, braon, bela, žuta i crvena, sa otežanjima i/ili flash lametama u repu. Prošle godine sam od Filipa Šindića dobio ljubičasti koji je za mene bio iznenađenje. Napravio mi je Ministar par komada i lepo smo na njega lovili.

Kombinacija boja takođe daje lepe rezultate crveno-bela, crno-žuta, crna-oranž, … Probajte napraviti neku svoju varijantu.

Bistro!

Original tekst:

The Wooly Bugger is a classic trout fly; it has a place in the fly box of almost every serious trout angler. Why? Because it catches fish! It is a simple fly that uses just a few materials and can be tied in endless variations. We’ll start with black, as that’s one of the best colors – once you learn the technique, you can get fancy with it!

Materials:

Hook: Long-shank streamer hook, sizes 4–10

Weight: Lead wire, 0.15 diameter

Thread: Black UNI-Thread, size 6/0

Tail: Black marabou

Body: Medium black chenille

Hackle: Black Chinese saddle hackle

Rib: Medium copper wire

 

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Tying the Wooly Bugger

  1. Secure the hook in your vise. Make 10–15 tight turns of lead wire on the hook.
  2. Tie the saddle feather in by its tip at the hook bend. Clip off the extra.
  3. Add dubbing onto the thread by rolling small clumps around the thread with your fingers a bit at a time. Use as little as possible, covering only 1-2” of thread.
  4. Wind the dubbed thread up the hook to the eye, forming a slim, tapered body.
  5. Use hackle pliers to wrap the feather forward using 4 or 5 evenly spaced turns. Secure the feather at the hook eye and clip away the excess.
  6. Cut a small clump of elk hair. Place the hair, tips down, into your hair stacker and tap it sharply on the table to even the ends. Remove the hair from the stacker, taking care to keep the ends even.
  7. Pinching the hair between your thumb and forefinger, hold it on top of the fly and align the tips of the hair so that they match up with the bend of the hook. Holding the hair in this position with your free hand, use your other hand to secure it in place with several tight thread wraps, taking care to keep the hair on top of the hook.
  8. Pull the thread tight to flare the elk hair.
  9. Trim the butt ends of the hair, tie off using the whip finish tool, and add cement.

tying-the-wooly-bugger strip web

Sa: fix.com

Nekoliko wooly bugera sa ili bez otežanja

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Fotografije: Arhiva Mušičara i internet

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