Hareline Woolly Bugger Marabou Feathers

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Hareline Woolly Bugger Marabou is the marabou you want when tailing smaller streamers and of course Woolly Buggers. It is short and very full. Because it is so full and fluffy you only need one feather for most applications. This not only makes it easier to tie good-looking buggers but also a lot quicker. Uses Patterns and Tying Techniques -These feathers are typically used for tails on Woolly Buggers and similar flies. They can also be used for bigger nymphs like damsels flies and large attractor patterns. Another use for these feathers is for a wing on smaller flies or to cover a joint in articulated flies. Comparisons Hareline Woolly Bugger Marabou vs Hareline Strung Marabou Blood Quills - The Marabou Strung Blood Quills have a thinner stem, are longer overall and have long fibers. They are the better choice for plamering and for longer tails. Woolly Bugger Marabou is shorter and fuller. Example Flies Patterns - Marabou gives streamers life and movement. It is the main ingredient in Galloup’s Barely Legal streamer. It is also used as a wing in Bonefish flies like marabou winged Gotcha. It has extensive use in Steelhead flies like the Intruder. This Marabou is the perfect choice for Woolly Buggers. Pack Size and Physical Description Approximate Dimensions - Individual feathers vary from 2-3inches long with barbs from a half-inch to 2 inches. Pack Size - Available in ¼ oz packs **These sizes may vary based on manufacturer packaging**

Hareline Woolly Bugger Marabou is the marabou you want when tailing smaller streamers and of course Woolly Buggers. It is short and very full. Because it is so full and fluffy you only need one feather for most applications. This not only makes it easier to tie good-looking buggers but also a lot quicker.

Uses

Patterns and Tying Techniques - TThese feathers are typically used for tails on Woolly Buggers and similar flies. They can also be used for bigger nymphs like damsels flies and large attractor patterns. Another use for these feathers is for a wing on smaller flies or to cover a joint in articulated flies.

Comparisons

Hareline Woolly Bugger Marabou vs Hareline Strung Marabou Blood Quills - he Marabou Strung Blood Quills have a thinner stem, are longer overall and have long fibers. They are the better choice for plamering and for longer tails. Woolly Bugger Marabou is shorter and fuller.

Example Flies

Patterns - Marabou gives streamers life and movement. It is the main ingredient in Galloup’s Barely Legal streamer. It is also used as a wing in Bonefish flies like marabou winged Gotcha. It has extensive use in Steelhead flies like the Intruder. This Marabou is the perfect choice for Woolly Buggers.

Pack Size and Physical Description

Approximate Dimensions - Individual feathers vary from 2-3inches long with barbs from a half-inch to 2 inches.

Pack Size - Available in ¼ oz packs

**These sizes and dimensions may vary based on manufacturer changes**

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