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Tungsten Jig Bugger


Tungsten mini streamer for a high sink rate with marabou for excellent movement.

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There’s no question that the Woolly Bugger is one of the most storied and effective flies an angler can possess.  It’s why rows upon rows of fly boxes are devoted to it.  It’s hard to imagine a way to make this pattern better, but the tungsten jig bugger manages to do just that!  A stripping retrieve is usually the way to fish buggers, but with the jig hook it’s possible to incorporate new strategies into your arsenal!  This fly works great in slow, deep water when we want our flies to be on the bottom and spend the most amount of time possible in the fish zone.  After letting the jig bugger sink, give it the usual strip or two followed by a raise of the rod tip.  This will give it extra upward motion to go along with the swimming pattern that imitates baitfish or crayfish. 

Drift this mini streamer under an indicator or strip slowly as you would with other streamers. Tungsten beads are highly sought after for nymphing enthusiasts for it’s heavier weight and ability to drive nymphs down to the bottom quickly. Coupled with the barbless jig hook, these tungsten beaded flies are a deadly fly combo.

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Weight 0.02 lbs

Olive, Black, Tan, Chartreuse


8, 10, 12, 14

Customer Reviews

Based on 17 reviews
Michael P.
Excellent Company

I have purchased the Tungston Jig Bugger in three colors and have since hooked 370 brown trout of various sizes on this fly. This company provides fast delivery, has items in stock when we need them, and has a wide variety of product. Highly recommend!

Karen M. Haley
Best trout catcher

These jig buggers are a game changer! Love them all.


Absolutely love the jiged bugger, could not keep the rainbows off my line. Seemed every time I would cast a trout was taking the fly.

Lorn Crossett
Quality and price

Great quality and service at the right price.

Tim MacFarlane
Smallmouth Success

I've been fishing my local creek for about a year and have landed a nice variety of fish (largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill, rainbows, and rock bass) however, the most prevalent fish in the creek (smallmouth bass) turned out to be the most elusive. That is until I stated tossing this jig (green). I dance it along the bottom and strip it back in. Even when conditions are low, slow and crystal clear I still manage to land 3-4 smallies each time I go out. Highly recommend.

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