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Gray Midge trout fly

Description The Gray Midge trout fly is an unweighted pattern suitable for small waters.

Gray Midge
Art of Fly Fishing Calendar, 2006
© Michael Scheele

Type Nymph
Represents The common midge which is common at lakes and rivers throughout New Zealand. It flies at dusk on calm nights in mating swarms. During the day it rests and hides in vegetation.
See also Black Gnat
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