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Woolly Buggers and Friends

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Woolly Buggers and Friends
Fall 2013

Sport Fish Restoration

flies
On the left are dry flies, imitations of adult insect on the surface of the water.  On the right are various nymphs representing immature insects and other items fish might eat.
midges and caddisflies
These nymphs imitate immature caddisflies and midges.
Fly Tying Class
The class starts with a short lecture and definitions.
Fly Tying Class
David Erikson discusses patterns and recipes for patterns.
Fly tying
Demonstrations are given.
fly tying
Then step by step work is begun.
Fly tying at BOW Woolly Buggers and Friends
George Williams
George Williams from the Bass Pro Shop in Prattville gives assistance to one of the fly tyers.
Tom Reburn
Tom Reburn has been helping with the BOW fly fishing classes for a long time.
redfish flies
These colorful flies are to fool redfish on the Gulf Coast.
Fly tying class
Examples are available as the ladies work.
Powerpoint Slide
PowerPoint slides are easier to see than the real thing.
helping
One on one help keeps everyone on the same pace.

fly tying
David Erikson takes the lead teaching Woolly Buggers and Friends.

fly tying

 

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woolly bugger
A woolly booger is created!
fly tying

fly tying

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Anglers may purchase a lifetime fishing or hunting license. Anglers age 11 and younger receive a discount.

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Thanks for the great fun fishing!
Mr. Doug Darr

Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division

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