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The midge dry fly may be some of the smallest dry flies you will ever fish for trout. In turn though, midge fly fishing can be very rewarding at times, especially in the colder winter months when other bugs are not hatching. Midge dry fly are generally fairly small insects ranging from size #18 to #24, but can also can be some good size bugs as large as #10. The midge fly is found in most rivers in the U.S and can hatch any time of the year.

The midge fly, also known as Chironomids, are a very important food source for most any fish that dwells in still water as well as rivers. Tail waters are very rich with midge life which makes them a bug trout constantly look for. Midge dry fly patterns are fairly simple in their profile and can come in more than a few variations. Midge dry fly patterns can come in many subtle forms. One of the most popular is the Griffths Gnat, a midge fly that resembles a small cluster of midges. Along with an emerger fly we have been able to fool many selective trout. The Midge dry fly has always been a go-to pattern when all else fails. When nothing else is hatching, the midge dry fly can save your day, especially in the cold winter months.

Midge fishing these tiny bugs definitely means dropping down in tippet size. Also, subtle presentation is key as well. These are the smallest of bug life with exception to the Trico mayfly you will ever see on the surface. Midges come in different colors, different sizes, and can be hard to figure out at times which ones the fish are eating. With that being said, a large range of midges in your box is definitely a good thing. Having a variance in sizes and colors will help you on a day when it seems noting will work. Make midges your friend and check out our selection of midge flies for sale on our website, then fish on!!!