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Joe's Flies Ultimate Woolly Bugger Willow Series Lures

   

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Woolly Bugger Olive

Woolly Bugger Olive

1/16 oz.

1

Hook Size:
8

Model:
252-8
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  • SKU: 1571167

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Woolly Bugger Brown

Woolly Bugger Brown

1/16 oz.

1

Hook Size:
8

Model:
251-8
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Woolly Bugger Black

Woolly Bugger Black

1/16 oz.

1

Hook Size:
8

Model:
250-8
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Joe's Flies Ultimate Woolly Bugger Willow Series Lures combine the proven appeal of a woolly bugger with the action and strike drawing power of an in-line spinner to create a deadly lure series. Perfect for chasing trout, steelhead, smallmouth and even walleye in lakes or rivers, the Ultimate Woolly Bugger Series Lures feature premium quality hand-tied woolly pattern, three brass beads, gold-plated willow blade and a trailing treble hook attached with 30 lb. test stainless steel wire to do the trick on half-hearted, finicky strikers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Joe's Flies I have had great success with Joe's flies. In particular the willow series Joe's special which I caught a 5.5 lb large mouth bass and a Pickerel. The black woolly bugger has caught: White and black crappies, blue gill pumpkin seed, large mouth bass, yellow perch and a tiger muskie. Other colors that have worked well are the blue and the purple. The only problem I have with the product is that it will corrode unless you spray them down with WD40 after use at the end of the day. August 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Woolly Good Lure I've had a great experience with premium elite joes flies and then I saw these, they work just as well, probably better. I still prefer the woolly buggers with colorado blades but these get the job done as well. Green colors get me the most bites on these. Added plus since these are so bushy they hold spray scents really well, I use garlic or shad bang fish attractant and its a killer combination with this lure August 23, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by great for finnicky fish these lures are great with an ultra light combo for hard to reach hard to catch fish September 23, 2010
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No, they are gold-plated.
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They arent much like a regular bass spinner baits blades, they are and oval with no points and it is shaped like a small dome.
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These are different types of spinners. The Blue Fox is weighted, the other is not. You have to use different techniques with them.
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joes flies are great for ultra light combos
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I have not caught that many fish with any of my Mepps spinners. I have caught more fish types than I ever imagined with the Joe's flies.
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i think the quality of the blue fox is much better, and they work about the same, but with the mepps spinners larger fish tend to bend them and after that they dont swim right and the blade tend to not spin as freely.
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There is no question, Mepps are infinitely better than the BPS spinners.

BUT, these are only $1.50, so you can afford to buy a a large quantity in a bunch of bunch of different colors to fit the fish you are after.

That's what I did and I am satisfied with the end product.
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very best color for trout?

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gold for bright sunny days and silver for cloudy windy days for sure
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Any of the colors are great for trout.
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The best success I have had is fishing from a boat approximately 40-50 ft from shore, casting toward the shore and either getting a strike as it hits the water or when retrieving over the drop off.
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throw it out and retreive as slow as the blades still spin always keep the rod pointed at the lure
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Use a steady retrive and twitch the rod tip evrey once and a while
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Fish it like a normal spinner lure if you need alittle more distance on your cast add a split shot 12" up from the lure. Theses lures will catch everything in the lakes. I've caught everything from perch to large bass even pike. You will out fish your buddy with theses lure.
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