Recently, treatment of cerebral aneurysms with the Woven EndoBridge (WEB) device has become an established endovascular strategy. However, over time, neurosurgeons and neuroradiologists will be confronted with the challenge of how to treat aneurysm recanalization. The authors report the case of a 49-year-old woman who underwent re-treatment with clipping after the recanalization of a 4 × 3–mm anterior communicating artery aneurysm that had previously been treated using a 4 × 3 WEB device. In contrast to the authors’ prior experiences with clipping of previously coiled aneurysms, the WEB device was found to have a responsive softness during clip placement, and the aneurysm was more maneuverable. Moreover, evaluation with indocyanine green angiography was easy to perform because of the transparent mesh of the WEB device. No profound scarring or WEB protrusion was noted during surgery, making the procedure easier and less dangerous with regard to additional complications. The authors suggest that re-treatment via clipping should be considered in select cases of aneurysm recurrence after treatment with an intraaneurysmal flow diverter.