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The Brahma Bugger 2.0

Last week, Tim Flagler of Tightline Productions showed us how to tie the Brahma Bugger, a great variation on the venerable Woolly Bugger. This week, he offers an update, showing how you can use multiple colors of soft hackle, you can create a fly that looks even more sculpinish. As Tim says here, the dual colors really up the pattern’s “lifelikedness.” There’s some great underwater footage here to illustrate Tim’s point.

Video: The Brahma Bugger 2.0

Last week, Tim Flagler of Tightline Productions showed us how to tie the Brahma Bugger, a great variation on the venerable Woolly Bugger. This week, he offers an update, showing how you can use multiple colors of soft hackle, you can create a fly that looks even more sculpinish. As Tim says here, the dual colors really up the pattern’s “lifelikedness.” There’s some great underwater footage here to illustrate Tim’s point. Last week, Tim Flagler of Tightline Productions showed us how to tie the Brahma Bugger, a great variation on the venerable Woolly Bugger. This week, he offers an update, showing how you can use multiple colors of soft hackle, you can create a fly that looks even more sculpinish. As Tim says here, the dual colors really up the pattern’s “lifelikedness.” There’s some great underwater footage here to illustrate Tim’s point.

4 thoughts on “The Brahma Bugger 2.0”

  1. Outstanding pattern, I have been playing with the mono color, how are you incorporating the multi colors in this pattern? Are you wrapping two colors at the same time or wrapping g one color and going back over with another? Thanks for the info. Tight lines!

  2. Great video! I’m new to tying and I love seeing these variations of the more common flies. It helps me to be more creative in my own concepts.

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