Once all the trees have shed their leaves we're pretty much down to fishing midges and tiny blue-winged olives when trout are rising. The blue-winged olive hatches we encounter are not widespread, but midges can be found hatching on just about very trout stream throughout the fall and winter months. In these two tying videos, Tim Flagler shows us how he ties two different midge dry fly patterns that will imitate the tiny midges you may see over the next few months.
Tim and I will be tying together at the International Fly Tying Symposium this weekend. Hope to see you there.