How to tie Quick sight midge

STANLEY

This extremely easy but very effective quick sight midge is especially for those of us who have some problems seeing small flies at a distance and at night. This pattern has never failed me, especially with big fish that are feeding on midges. It will float all day long and beyond…

  • Hook: Mustad C49S # 12
  • Tying thread: Dyneema or GSP
  • Body: Tying thread coloured with felt pen
  • Rib: Dyneema
  • Post: Poly yarn
  • Hackle: CDC fibres spun in a dubbing loop

Buy MUSTAD signature hooks on AMAZON:
Buy VENIARD product on AMAZON:
Fly tying tools and materials shop TRIDENT:
Buy SIMMS fishing products:
EPIC water filters Very useful thing when fishing:
Trouts fly fishing Premier Fly Shop & Outfitter:
Polarized fishing sunglasses RHEOS 55$:
TheRiversEdge flyfishing shop – Bozeman Montana:
Buy STANLEY products. Free Shipping on all orders!
Buy BEST fly tying VISE

SEARCH and BUY fly tying material and fly fishing gear

One thought on “How to tie Quick sight midge

  1. Hello Barry,

    I’ve enjoyed many of your fly-tying videos and thank you for your efforts in creating these and posting them to youtube.

    One fine detail I’ve noted is that you regularly reach into hackle with your scissor tips to cut the thread after a whip finish.

    I wonder if you know that if you touch thread held under tension with one edge of your very sharp scissors, the thread will be cut almost like magic, with no need to worry about giving any hackle fibers nearby a crew-cut.

    I think you’ll like the move if you try it.

    Best wishes,

    Stephen Nagy Montana City, Montana

    Sent from my iPhone

    >