New Rockford Transcript - Official Newspaper of Eddy County since 1883

The Woolly Worm

 

January 18, 2021

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The woolly worm is a great basic pattern that catches a variety of species of fish. Vary the materials and sizes to find the colors and variations that work best in your waters.

The woolly worm is a fly pattern steeped in the history of fly angling itself, and many branches and regions of that history claim it as their own. From trout in Europe to bass in the American southeast to panfish in the upper Midwest, the pattern has many origin stories for its popularity and resurgence, due simply to its easy-to-tie nature and adjustability to any situation and species. From...



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