Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by Patagonguy, Apr 5, 2013.
One of my favorites for Landlocked Atlantics and Searun Browns.
That's a Wooly Worm
Is not. The original WW has a red and shorter tail and its hackle fibers are pointed forward (wrapped with the feather in opposite way). Also the hackle fibers are shorter than in my pattern. Here, the idea is to form a bulky shape with longer, soft fibers and tail.
I was just messing around. good points on all accounts.