About the Black Adult Buzzer Trout Fly
Serious food for Trout!
A must have pattern for the flybox.
Teenage buzzer midges about to emerge rapidly from the water, when they will be leaving their pupal shucks floating on the surface.
The emerging insect wriggles out of its skin the hungry trout see a bulky moving mass. When the insect is standing on the water surface near it's old skin waiting for its blood to pump up it's wings and the sun to dry them out the view from under the surface is still of a tangled mess of old skin and legs.
You can now see why a fish will take an interesting looking mouthful of unkempt mess of hairy tied to a hook.
Adult buzzer midges emerge rapidly from the water, leaving their pupal shucks floating on the surface. They fly in large swarms, often making a loud buzzing sound even though an individual buzzed is barely audible on its own.
When the adults return to the water to lay their eggs, they are again vulnerable to surface-feeding Trout.
Country of origin for this trout fly: England
This trout fly is designed to be fished on Dams & Reservoirs, Still Water fish
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