Buzzers or midge pupae are active in most freshwater most of the year. However, mid to late spring sees some of the most prolific hatches and feeding activity, certainly for stillwaters. The great news for anglers is, most of this bonanza is relatively large in size 12-14 hook size. For much of the year naturals are significantly smaller.
While there are many patterns available to suggest the naturals in various stages, it’s also worth having something a bit different for when it’s needed. Check this short video out for fly tying ideas and clues on how you might fish your fly better!
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