In this video Dave Gamet ties his Jawbreaker Midge. This is a fantastic pattern twelve months a year, but it seems especially effective in the winter. We’re not really sure why, but various shades of pink and purple seem to work exceptionally well in the winter months. Tie this pattern up in sizes 16-22. Fish as a dropper pattern behind a larger tungsten fly for best results!
In our latest fly tying video, Ryan Gabert ties the Iridescent Root Beer Midge. This has been a hot fly this winter on Rapid Creek and Spearfish Creek. The Iridescent Root Beer midge has also been productive on recent trips to Montana’s Bighorn River and the North Platte in Wyoming. Ryan likes to tie this […]
Tungsten Green Weenie Midge with Veevus Body Quills A suped up version of the Green Weenie midge. Dave Gamet began tying a version of the pattern popularized on the Bighorn River. He was out-fishing us frequently and finally shared the pattern. His version has a tungsten bead and flash. I added the Veevus Body quill […]