About the Zebra Midge Trout Fly
The Zebra Midge is a great all around midge pattern. It can be fished in the surface film, trail behind the dry or down and deep as an early season fly.
It is a very effective buggy fly you can tumble it along an English chalk stream, an Alaskan Creek or one of the blue ribbon trout fisheries in the United States.
It imitates caddis and midge pupa tied with a slender thread body and fine silver wire ribbing.
If fishing early/late in the season when the water is still cold, fish under an indicator or as a dropper in a nymph rig.
Country of origin for this trout fly: Montana, USA
This trout fly is designed to be fished on Rivers & Streams
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