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This bass couldn't resist a wooly bugger.
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Michael Pearce / The Wichita Eagle
Neal Hall used wooly buggers to catch several dozen fish Thursday morning.
Neal Hall fights a fish that attacked a wooly bugger.
Wooly buggers are an assortment of feathers, a brass head and a bit of flash.
Wooly buggers come in many sizes and catch most kind of fish.
Big bluegill like wooly buggers.
A new wooly bugger, right, and one that was torn to pieces by hungry fish in about an hour.
Custom rod maker Neal Hall's first cast with a wooly bugger on an old classic bamboo rod got a nice bass.
One of many thousands of bass Michael Pearce has caught on wooly buggers.
A wooly bugger that was taken deep by an aggressive bass.
A nice-sized largemouth bass that attacked a wooly bugger fished in shallow water Thursday morning.
About any kind of fish that eats minnows will go for wooly buggers, especially bass.
Neal Hall leads a nice fish to where it can be unhooked.
A nice bass jumps after taking a wooly bugger.
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