When I go fishing I’m not always looking for a single species. If I can catch a brown, brook trout, steelhead, or even a bass or pike on a single fly, then I don’t have to constantly change flies to try to catch a specific species of fish. That is where this fly comes in. This pattern that takes basics of a wooly bugger and uses the tying techniques from an intruders to produce a fly that imitates many different food sources including leeches, minnows, and sculpins. It is so light it can be thrown on a 3wt for bass and brook trout, but it has enough action it can be swung on any standard switch rod for steelhead and browns. You can tie this on nearly any size hook or even a shank or tube with a stinger hook, and in many different color combinations, with or without a bead for weight. Try white and chartreuse for Coho, chartreuse and blue for kings, or pink and pink for pinks! Tie some up and see what you can catch!