Midge Fly Tying Patterns
These are my Midge Fly Tying Patterns and those I use when fly fishing in streams and waters. I realize that I only share a few, and maybe I should add to the database. But the fact that there are so few midges on this page is probably not because I have been lazy posting, but probably because I only use a couple dry midges when out fishing. My approach to matching the hatch and fly tying is practical. I am not into the artistry. I am more a craftsman than an artist. All my midges have been fished day in and day out.
The midge fly tying patterns are tested and proven,
and they’ll match any midge hatch in the world.
Using Midge Fly Tying Patterns
Navigate between the emergers and adult midges by using the menu bar above. Click the Fly Tying menu option on top of the page to get back to the overview page of the fly tying patterns – or just click here.
CdC Midge/0 Comments/in Adult, Midges /by Kjell S. Rakkenes
There are two dry fly midges that I’ll never go fishing without – The CdC midge and The Parachute Midge. Easy to tie, but act like fish magnets in the water. It attracts trout and grayling, both in still water and and streams.