Midge larvae have segmented our bodies and darkish heads.
The newest how-to video from Tightline Productions, Tim Flagler reveals you how one can tie an awesome midge-larva imitation that appears nice is the vise and even higher within the water. As standard, Tim has provide you with an ingeniously easy methodology for getting the fly to look good. By cording up the dubbed thread, he creates a distinctly segmented physique that permits the thread coloration to bleed by. If you happen to plan on fishing midge patterns this winter, twist up a number of of those and provides them a strive.
Corded Midge Larva
Hook: 3X-long natural-bend hook (right here, a Dai-Riki #270), measurement 24.
Thread: Purple, eight/zero or 70-denier.
Physique: Brilliant yellow Antron Sparkle Dubbing.
Head: Tying thread.
Head coloring: Brown Sharpie.
Adhesive: Head cement.
Instruments: Ringed plunger-style hackle pliers, dubbing whirl, whip-finisher, curved-blade scissors.