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Fly Propellers

   

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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.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Secret Weapon Tried a brand of fly with spinner and had fair success at Bull Shoals, Ark. I tried to duplicate it by tying a bead head wooly bugger with a spinner, and had fair success. I then tried the small spinner, and the rainbow trout did not seem to be able to stay off it! The catfish in my pond love it, the rainbow and brown trout in Oklahome and Arkansas seem to love it. I love this small propeller! November 6, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by 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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