Click on the picture or the fly name for a link to a fly pattern sheet with pictures and tying directions. Some fly pattern sheets have pictures of real bugs to help “match the hatch”.


  1. GREAT TOTAL Collection of midge patterns John -thanks!! Some these should work really well on Central Oregon Streams & Lakes!!

    1. Hi John

      Thanks for leaving a Comment.

      I use Frog’s Fanny floatant. It comes with a brush to which I find works very well with CDC.


  2. I tied the Zebra Midge with a white seed bead head, black thread body and silver wire rib. They worked very well on the Green River below Flaming Gorge.

    1. Zebra midges work great, also higas sos; that little bit of red with a black body and silver wire works every time, red rib works well too in that spot below flaming gorge

    2. Zebra midge works really well there, try the higas sos, I tie a few different versions of that and that little bit of red works really well in that area you’re fishing. Try red wire on your zebra midges or two tone midges also (half red and half olive thread body with wire rib and beadhead

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