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How to Tie the Brahma Bugger

Tim Flagler walks you through the steps for tying a Brahma Bugger, one of the few variations of the Woolly Bugger that offers something really different from the original. Using soft-hackle feathers for the body gives this pattern a more lifelike look, and the material should pulsate in the water enticingly. The great video below from Tightline Productions not only shows you how to tie a great pattern, but it also teaches you tricks and techniques that will help you become a better tier in general. To top it all off, Tim offers rigging tips, including using a loop knot and tin weight on the leader.

Video: How to Tie the Brahma Bugger

Tim Flagler walks you through the steps for tying a Brahma Bugger, one of the few variations of the Woolly Bugger that offers something really different from the original. Using soft-hackle feathers for the body gives this pattern a more lifelike look, and the material should pulsate in the water enticingly. The great video below from Tightline Productions not only shows you how to tie a great pattern, but it also teaches you tricks and techniques that will help you become a better tier in general. To top it all off, Tim offers rigging tips, including using a loop knot and tin weight on the leader. Tim Flagler walks you through the steps for tying a Brahma Bugger, one of the few variations of the Woolly Bugger that offers something really different from the original. Using soft-hackle feathers for the body gives this pattern a more lifelike look, and the material should pulsate in the water enticingly. The great video below from Tightline Productions not only shows you how to tie a great pattern, but it also teaches you tricks and techniques that will help you become a better tier in general. To top it all off, Tim offers rigging tips, including using a loop knot and tin weight on the leader.

2 thoughts on “How to Tie the Brahma Bugger”

  1. I had tied a similar variation of this using craft feathers before and got some good hits; it suffered in durability though. Maybe this pattern and materials will work better.

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