CH Woolly Bugger White - Cone Head. Resembling a wide variety of aquatic life the Cone Head White Wooly Bugger does a fantastic job at imitating the leech, which belongs to the phylum Annelida, and the class Hirundinea. Fish this with the technique of the day and Conehead White Woolly Bugger is guaranteed to pull those pesky trout from their holes in the river bed. It is a fly many Missouri fly fisherman live by.
Flies performed really well trout and pike loved them.
I have been buying these white woolly buggers for a few years! I caught several brown trout between 18 and 22 inches on the Credit and Grand with them last year(2017)! They work even better, in my opinion, if you take a red permanent marker and put a red band immediately behind the bead or cone.