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I was looking at my hatch chart and it sugest wooly worms. I sat down to tie a few and looked the pattern up in my book. Why do they use a pink tail on them. The wooly warms I have seen dont have any pink on them. Is it part of thinsects development of is it just a eye catcher for fish?
 

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I have seen them tied with red, pink, and orange. I think they are all intended as attractors, though its possible these colors could represent an egg laying stage of the wooly worm.
 
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