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Fly Propellers - Gold - Small

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Fly Propellers - Gold -  Medium

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Fly Propellers - Nickel - Small

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Fly Propellers - Nickel - Medium

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A wooly bugger with a propeller up front is deadly, and now you can customize any pattern you wish with a propeller. Equipping a fly with a propeller is a quick and easy way to add a little extra flash, action and weight to streamers, san juan worms or wooly buggers. These propellers can make a real difference on slow days. 24 pack.

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Like magic They really do help catch fish.I got the medium sized pack and they work great for size 4-8 woolly buggers. April 26, 2012
great spinners I use these on most of the flies I tie as they will get me catching trout before anyone else on the lake! January 2, 2008
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What size flies do the small propellers work well with, same question for the medium size propellers?
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I use a size 4 for the small ones and up to 1/0 for med-lrg. props. The only suggestion, use a barrell swivel or the tippet will constanly twist. Good luck!
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Fly Propellers are a simple way to add noise to your bass flies, pike flies and muskie flies.

These propeller blades can be placed between the hook eye and a bead head or cone head to add flash and sound to a fly. Try it on wooly buggers and leeches!

The length of the propellers (from tip to tip) is 3/8" for the small size, 9/16" for the medium and 11/16" for the large.
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The small size would probably work on a size 6 or 8 hook and I liked the brown color and it worked well with olive colored body too
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Fly Propellers are a simple way to add noise to your bass flies, pike flies and muskie flies.

These propeller blades can be placed between the hook eye and a bead head or cone head to add flash and sound to a fly. Try it on wooly buggers and leeches!

The length of the propellers (from tip to tip) is 3/8" for the small size, 9/16" for the medium and 11/16" for the large.

Try both colors the fish might like one on one day and not the next.
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