The Classic Woolly Worm
The Woolly Worm is a general purpose nymph pattern that is seen in most western trout fishermen fly boxes. Woolly Worms are usually fished in streams, rivers, ponds, and lakes for panfish, trout, and bass. Woolly Worm's are made to imitate large aquatic nymphs like hellgrammites, dragonflies, and stoneflies.
What are the features of the Woolly Worm?
- Hand-Tied in the USA by Ken Walrath
- Available in four popular colors
- Available in sizes from 4-12
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