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The Oxtongue Bugger

Posted by Steve Galea at

  This is what I call the Oxtongue bugger. It drives big brook trout wild in the tea-coloured waters in and around Algonquin Provincial Park. It's essentially a white bead-head woolly bugger but instead of a marabou tail, I use polar bear fur.  It's translucent and lifelike in the water and has a nice sheen to it. The recipe is: Hook: Any streamer hook, size 2 to 8 Bead: Size to suit water Thread: White thread Tail: polar bear hair with pearl Micro-flashabou accents. (3 strands each side of tail) Hackle: White Body: White cactus chenille      

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Video #2 Tying a micro-bugger

Posted by Steve Galea at

Here's my second Youtube video. It's about tying a pattern that works very well for brook trout here in central Ontario. As always, millions were spent on production. 

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