Jig style flies have become more and more popular in recent years. I think part of their success comes from their sheer versatility in the number of ways they can be fished. I've seen all sorts of jig style woolly buggers on the market and this particular one is fashioned after a George Daniel pattern I'm really fond of. Dead drift it beneath an indicator, tight line it on a euro rig, swing it, retrieve it erratically in a lake. It does it all, and with its relatively trim profile, sinks like a stone with plenty of movement along the way. As with most flies, you can alter the color to suit your particular needs, but this drab olive/brown version is the one I fish most. I generally tie these in sizes 8-12.