The Midge pupae and larvae are the trout’s most important food. They are always available to the fish, either as dries or before the hatch. The Midge Larvae look like worms as they swim in free water or close to the surface. When ready to hatch, the pupae float freely trying to break the surface. Here are some specimens that were photographed in Trysil, Norway in May and June 2016. For these specific waters the trick is to find an imitation that has a pearly shine to it, and a clear light lilac-blue tone. These buzzers were from one centimeter to 1.5 centimeters. Here are some patterns to inspire your tying – The Puff Wing Buzzer, The Glue Buzzer, Shipmans Buzzer, The Parasol Emerger.